Responsible Business Summit Asia
17-18 May 2016, Singapore
CEO and C-suite leaders from Interface, City Developments Limited, Sime Darby, ICTI Care, Arvidnt Ltd. are to meet in Singapore this May. Leading CEOs and business leaders from regional and international brands will meet at the Responsible Business Summit Asia in May; principally to discuss practical tools and ideas to achieve commercial growth through enabling value chain sustainability. Following up on the success of last year’s event, the 2nd edition of The Responsible Business Summit Asia will take place on 17-18 May 2016 in Singapore. This year the discussion is focused around value chain sustainability, as mapping out a broader value chain landscape is vital for identifying areas of risk and opportunity and improving commercial performance. Over three streams, some of the leading minds – including CEOs and C-suite executives responsible for procurement, social, environmental affairs, sourcing and sustainability from BASF, Mars, CDL, RICOH, Adidas Group, SingTel will share practical answers to the most critical issues faced in Asia Pacific, such as;
  • Supplier collaboration - including discussions on building a supplier code of conduct, moving beyond audits, human rights in action and engaging procurement colleagues
  • Business strategy - mapping out value chain landscape, materiality analysis, establishing win-win partnerships and empowering colleagues
  • Stakeholder engagement to enhance brand reputation, meaningful communication of social and environmental achievements and effective lobbying
The attendee list is dominated by nearly 70 percent corporate brands and includes representatives of key civil society organisations and influential NGOs. The event benefits regional companies and international corporations with operations in Asia Pacific and serves sustainability, CSR, procurement, supply chain and communications communities.
For more information on Asia’s leading conference, visit the official event website here
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