Major Car Manufacturer’s Conflict Minerals Compliance Question Answered In Webinar

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Major Car Manufacturer’s Conflict Minerals Compliance Question Answered In Webinar

Today is the last day to register to hear conflict minerals experts Michael Littenberg, Patricia Jurewicz and Jordan Groves answer your colleagues conflict minerals compliance questions
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Tuesday, December 3, 2013 - 10:15am

CAMPAIGN: Conflict Minerals

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With only 1 day left until Source Intelligence’s end of the year Webinar, registration spots are filling up fast.  Don’t deprive your company of vital information from industry experts about preparing your conflict minerals report and streamlining your compliance program. Experts presenting and answering your companies questions will include Michael Littenberg, SRZ partner and expert on conflict minerals compliance, Patricia Jurewicz, director of Responsible Sourcing Network, and Matt Thorn, Chief Operating Officer with Source Intelligence.

One question the experts are guaranteed to answer comes from a leading car manufacturer. He asked, “Discuss the viability of the three approaches I have heard for using smelter information in the CMR: (1) providing in the CMR all smelters that are not CFSI compliant. (2) Providing only smelters that are sourcing from the covered countries (including CFSI smelters). (3) Not disclosing any smelter information.”

This complimentary webinar will be held Wednesday December 4, 2013 at 1:00 PM EDT/10:00AM PDT and you can register for it HERE.

Also, webinar participants will receive a link to Source Intelligence’s unreleased “Solving Your Conflict Minerals Program” white paper that addresses the pros and cons of building an in-house system compared to contracting a third party vendor to solve your conflict minerals problems. This white paper is in response to questions from companies that are just getting started or that have tried to handle their compliance in house and failed.

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CAMPAIGN: Conflict Minerals

CONTENT: Article