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Digital meets sustainability: 

making things better and making better things 

Hear perspectives from the frontlines of digital and sustainable manufacturing and explore the tension between our drive to deliver commercial results and our call to steward God’s creation. How do we balance saving the planet alongside the demands of customers, shareholders and other stakeholders?

Click to read the full article (PDF opens in new tab). It was first published in Faith in Business Quarterly, Volume 21.3, pages 9-13.

And watch the follow on Faith in Business Monthly seminar with Ravi and his colleague Stephen Barr.

Ravi Gidoomal is a commercial director and business strategy advisor with over 20 years programme delivery and technology-led business transformation experience gained across multiple industries and sectors as an investment banker and management consultant. Ravi is a founding director of EDGE Digital Manufacturing and a technical author of British Standards PAS 1040 on Digital Readiness.

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