Nothing to Hide
This is a world in which nothing can be hidden, so organisations that want to prosper have to make sure they have nothing to hide. This phrase comes from Greg Page, the chief executive of Cargill, in a speech about the food business. It can apply easily to the leather industry today. Incorrect and obsolete information about the leather industry continues to be published or broadcast on television and radio, in newspapers and magazines, even in reports from respected organisations, including the World Bank and the FAO.
The Nothing to Hide collection of 15 in-depth reports is designed to combat this lack of correct information head-on by sharing accurate, up-to-date details and explanations of how and why tanners and their suppliers work the way they do. All of the contributors are respected authorities in industry and academia and the material will, in time, be released free of charge under an open-source agreement for other journals, universities, companies and anyone else who wants to publish too.
Visit www.nothing-to-hide.org to read the articles as they are published in World Leather.
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