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Globalization has pushed the manufacture of many of the goods we use every day far beyond our field of vision. In recent years, awareness of the responsibility that consumers and companies have for all manufacturing and supply chains of these products has grown remarkably. But how can human rights standards and sustainability in the vast and wide-ranging supply chains be made visible and be improved? Sustainabill has developed a platform that enables companies and subcontractors to identify concerns and work together on self-imposed human rights and environmental objectives. IO spoke with Klaus Wiesen, one of the founders and CEO of the start-up.

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