A report on how to create a product surplus programme that benefits people, planet and your bottom line.
Discover the hidden value of surplus
Got surplus? From streamlining operations, cost-saving and reducing carbon emissions to delivering measurable social good across local communities, the potential value in redistribution is significant if you know how to do it successfully.
This paper explores:
-A background on surplus and its value as a hidden part of the economy
-From auditing to measurement: How to build a successful surplus programme
-Key recommendations and business case studies
Neighbourly is a multi-award-winning community investment and engagement platform, connecting businesses with thousands of local vetted good causes to make a positive and measurable impact in our neighbourhoods.
Companies including M&S, Lidl, Heineken, Aldi, B&Q, Sainsbury’s, Danone, Cadent, Virgin Media 02 and Samsung use Neighbourly to donate volunteer time, funds and surplus products to causes across the UK and Ireland, through CSR, ESG and social impact initiatives.
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