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Brand Case Study: Mammut
Mammut actively motivates all organizations it works with to use OS IDs as the primary identifier in their tools and systems.
Civil Society Case Study: Business and Human Rights Resource Centre
As a free, public registry, OS Hub has become a vital tool for corporate transparency and accountability, for us, and partners.
Brand Case Study: Kings of Indigo
We want to inspire and motivate others to be transparent about their practices and production locations.
Researcher Case Study: HSBC
OS Hub has saved HSBC countless hours...as we worked to analyze location data for thousands of suppliers for our ESG research report on retail supply chains.
MSI Case Study: Dutch Agreement on Sustainable Garments and Textiles
We also saw a great benefit for our brand signatories, who could be much more easily identified and contacted if violations occurred at their supplier factories.
Brand Case Study: Clarks
OS Hub has given us a common identifier that we can use internally to identify and reference facilities.
Enhancing Interoperability: Data Collaboration Between Worldly and OS…
Through industry-adopted methods we are uniformly accelerating value chain transparency and environmental and social progress.
OS Hub: brought to you by the team behind the OAR. What was that?
Open Supply Hub is brought to you by the team behind the Open Apparel Registry (OAR). What was the OAR and what impact did it have on a notoriously complex sector?
From Opaque to Open: Untangling Apparel Supply Chains with Open Data
This report was written during Open Supply Hub’s first iteration as Open Apparel Registry, which was solely focused on the apparel sector.