Search and download data from OS Hub, for free
You can search and download data from Open Supply Hub to inform social and environmental research related to retail supply chains and the organizations within them. Here are some resources and instructions for how you can make the most of data available in OS Hub.
Tips for searching OS Hub
Data in Open Supply Hub is free and available for anyone to manually search and download. Get tips for how you can set up OS Hub search you are looking for.
We also offer an API connection, for those looking to programmatically query the database.
We’re here to help
If you’re researching something in particular and would like to set up a one-on-one chat with a member of our team, please don’t hesitate to reach out. Our team members have deep subject-matter expertise when it comes to retail supply chains, supply chain transparency and open data, and after working with the data of over 100,000 facilities we have a lot to share. We’re especially happy to answer questions like:
What trends are you seeing in retail supply chains globally?
What does publicly available supplier data actually need to look like to be accessible and actionable?
How to couple OS Hub with other available datasets (or how others have done so) to arrive at a new set of insights.
How to set up a search in OS Hub tailored to the needs of your research.
Email us at email@example.com and we’ll set up a time to chat or can answer simple questions over email, as needed.
Referencing OS Hub in your work
Open Supply Hub is licensed under Creative Commons. Should you end up citing OS Hub in your work, we ask that you follow these guidelines.
We also have a variety of assets to help you share about OS Hub (including our graphics, logos, brand guidelines, and more).
We’d love to hear about your work
If you’re using OS Hub data in your work or are planning to publish anything that will be making use of OS Hub or its data, please tell us about it. It’s incredibly helpful for us to know how OS Hub is being used, so we can continue to build our tool to be as useful as possible. We are also happy to support in spreading the word about publications.
Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org We always enjoy hearing from members of our community.