People have a right to know where products come from, what they’re made of, and how they impact people and the environment. Sourcemap is the first crowdsourced directory of supply chains and environmental footprints. Join a vibrant community of individuals, businesses and NGO's using Sourcemap to share information about how things are made.
Sourcemap develops innovative crowdsourcing and visualization software to master today’s complex supply chains. The Cambridge, MA-based startup is a 2011 spin-off from the MIT Media Lab, where Founder and CEO Leonardo Bonanni proposed the idea of crowd-mapping supply chains to help identify economic opportunities across large networks of suppliers. Today Sourcemap enterprise software-as-a service is used by major manufacturers, including Mars Chocolate, research centers, including the MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics, economic development organizations and consulting firms.
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Countries where available: Worldwide
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