Manufacturer Forum: Shanghai

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Join us this June in Shanghai, China for the next Cascale Manufacturer Forum.

Date & Time
June 28 2024 | 09:00 - 17:30 (CST)
Location
Shanghai, China
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Advancing Sustainability and Industry Excellence

Welcome to a community that transforms challenges into opportunities. At the Manufacturer Forum: Shanghai we’re the driving force behind change – committed to combating climate change, forging a nature-positive future, and ensuring decent work for all. Together, we will raise the voice of manufacturers by addressing the local challenges faced and provide innovative solutions through our Higg Index tools and Impact Programs.

The Theme: Catalyst for Change

In a world of constant change, manufacturers are the architects of transformation. Our theme, “Catalyst for Change,” reflects our commitment to engage with manufacturers, listen to their challenges, and work together to create shared goals and solutions. We’re giving manufacturers a voice and influence over the evolving global consumer goods industry. They are the “catalysts for change”.

Why Join?

Engage with industry experts for the latest developments

Connect with organizations sharing your goals

Discover how to maximize the benefits of the Higg Index suite of tools and our program

Participate in hands-on sessions for actionable insights

Topics of Discussion

  • Exploring Decarbonization Strategies and Climate Change Mitigation
  • Establishing Effective Science-Based Targets
  • Navigating Future Legislation: Implications for Manufacturers
  • Examining Critical Data: A Comparison of Higg FEM 3.0 and 4.0
  • Prioritizing Workplace Health and Safety Initiatives
  • Sharing Insights: Best Practices from Cascale Members and Stakeholders

Who will attend?

  • Manufacturers
  • Service Providers
  • Industry Stakeholders
  • Strategic Partners
  • Brands & Retailers
  • NGOs
  • Academia
  • Government Officials
  • Expert Cascale Team
Speakers

Colin Browne

CEO, Cascale

Scott Raskin

CEO, Worldly

Dr. Delman Lee

Vice Chair, TAL Apparel

Andrew Martin

Executive Vice President, Cascale

Dr. Joyce Tsoi

Senior Director, Decarbonization Program, Cascale

Angela Ng

Director, Higg Facility Tools, Cascale

Ringo Yu

Manager, Manufacturer Climate Action Program (MCAP), Cascale

Cherie Bai

Regional Lead, Greater China, Apparel Impact Institute

Betty Li

Senior Manager, Membership Engagement APAC, Cascale

Jessica Jia

China Support, SLCP

Chu Ching

Decarbonization Program Coordinator, Cascale

Howard Kwong

Senior Manager, Public Affairs APAC, Cascale

Joe Liu

GTS Supervisor, Bureau Veritas
 
  • June 28, 2024
9:00 am - 9:05 am

Welcome to the Cascale Manufacturer Forum: Shanghai

9:05 am - 9:25 am

Opening Address

Cascale CEO Colin Browne, accompanied by Executive Vice President Andrew Martin, will deliver the opening address, themed “Catalyst for Change.” During his speech, Colin will outline the strategic vision for Cascale, highlighting the urgent need for transformation and our organization’s pivotal role in driving lasting impact within the consumer goods industry.

 

  • Colin Browne, CEO, Cascale

    Colin Browne is CEO of Cascale, a global nonprofit alliance catalyzing collective action toward equitable and restorative business practices in the consumer goods industry. The organization spans over 300 retailers, brands, manufacturers, governments, academics, industry associations, and NGO or nonprofit affiliates. Cascale’s membership includes apparel, footwear, home furnishings, sporting and outdoor goods, and bags and luggage companies.

    Formerly known as the Sustainable Apparel Coalition, Cascale owns and develops the Higg Index, used by 24,000 worldwide. Browne has a wealth of global experience in supply chains and both brand and factory management. Prior to joining Cascale, he was Interim CEO and Chief Operating Officer of Under Armour, a Cascale member. Browne also served on the boards of the American Apparel and Footwear Association and the World Federation of Sporting Goods Industries; he continues to serve as a board member at Worldly, the leader in environmental and social impact data for the apparel and footwear industry and the exclusive platform for Cascale’s Higg Index tools.

    His business-oriented approach centers on sustainability and his focus at Cascale is scaling supplier-focused initiatives and driving accountability in the consumer goods industry. Along with his passion for supply chains, Colin is a proud husband, grandfather, and father of three children. He resides in the US though can be found internationally, visiting family in the UK, meeting the growing Cascale team and even squeezing in a triathlon.

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    Andrew Martin, Executive Vice President, Cascale

    As Executive Vice President, Andrew is responsible for delivering strategic and operational leadership for the organization. While continuing to oversee the Membership, Stakeholder Engagement, Collective Action, and Public Affairs teams, as second-in-command at Cascale he is responsible for driving growth of the organization to ensure it can scale impact and deliver value to members. This involves broader strategic development of the organization, including into new verticals / adjacent product categories, development of new revenue streams, and expansions of key partnerships.

    Prior to joining Cascale, Andrew was at amfori, the leading business association for open and sustainable trade, where, as VP Services, he was responsible for global operational activities. In addition to a strategic role in the development of the vision and strategy of the organization, Andrew managed membership services, led the implementation of global social and environmental audit assessments, including launching a pioneering audit integrity program, and also the largest capacity building program of its kind for social and environmental performance in global supply chains.

    Andrew has a degree in philosophy and theology from King’s College London, an MBA with distinction from the University of Exeter, where he was awarded ‘Dissertation most likely to change global thinking,’ and a postgraduate qualification in team coaching, from UWE, Bristol. During his extensive career, including more than 20 years in global textile manufacturing, Andrew has worked for a multi-national corporation, his own consultancy, and more recently in the education and non-profit sectors.
    A highlight of his work and interest is the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan, and its philosophy of Gross National Happiness, an alternative progressive values-based model for measuring and guiding economic, societal, and personal well-being. He is currently based in the seaside town of Looe in Cornwall in the Southwest of England.

9:25 am - 9:45 am

Opening Keynote

In this session, Worldly CEO Scott Raskin will delve into the critical role of collective action in achieving our shared industry objectives. Discover why fostering unity within the industry is not just imperative but strategically essential for manufacturers. This keynote will provide insights into actionable steps and the transformative power of collaboration.

 

  • Scott Raskin, CEO, Worldly

    Scott Raskin is the CEO of Worldly, where he champions the idea that impactful change springs from actionable measures. Leveraging years of leadership experience in tech companies, he steers Worldly toward sustainable growth, providing brands, manufacturers, retailers, and suppliers with solutions to enhance their positive environmental and social impact.

    Scott’s commitment to results and customer satisfaction positions Worldly as an essential platform for consumer goods companies seeking to lessen their footprint, adhere to regulations, and promote transparency. His management style, deeply rooted in valuing people and culture, inspires creativity and teamwork. Guided by a firm resolve to create significant change, Scott’s leadership shapes Worldly’s contribution to a more responsible corporate world.

    Scott is focused on leading the evolution and expansion of Worldly’s platform to include new capabilities, innovations, and automation to empower sustainability-minded companies to analyze, understand, report, and improve their supply chain and product impacts.

9:45 am - 9:55 am

Industry Policy Engagement: What Manufacturers Need to Know

This concise session will provide an overview of important policy and legislative updates. Learn about upcoming legislation and its implications for manufacturers, key legislative developments, and their impact on industry operations.

 

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    Andrew Martin, Executive Vice President, Cascale

    As Executive Vice President, Andrew is responsible for delivering strategic and operational leadership for the organization. While continuing to oversee the Membership, Stakeholder Engagement, Collective Action, and Public Affairs teams, as second-in-command at Cascale he is responsible for driving growth of the organization to ensure it can scale impact and deliver value to members. This involves broader strategic development of the organization, including into new verticals / adjacent product categories, development of new revenue streams, and expansions of key partnerships.

    Prior to joining Cascale, Andrew was at amfori, the leading business association for open and sustainable trade, where, as VP Services, he was responsible for global operational activities. In addition to a strategic role in the development of the vision and strategy of the organization, Andrew managed membership services, led the implementation of global social and environmental audit assessments, including launching a pioneering audit integrity program, and also the largest capacity building program of its kind for social and environmental performance in global supply chains.

    Andrew has a degree in philosophy and theology from King’s College London, an MBA with distinction from the University of Exeter, where he was awarded ‘Dissertation most likely to change global thinking,’ and a postgraduate qualification in team coaching, from UWE, Bristol. During his extensive career, including more than 20 years in global textile manufacturing, Andrew has worked for a multi-national corporation, his own consultancy, and more recently in the education and non-profit sectors.
    A highlight of his work and interest is the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan, and its philosophy of Gross National Happiness, an alternative progressive values-based model for measuring and guiding economic, societal, and personal well-being. He is currently based in the seaside town of Looe in Cornwall in the Southwest of England.

9:55 am - 10:25 am

Measuring Progress: Higg FEM 4.0 & Core Verification Approach

Join us for a session where the Higg Facility team will share insights gathered over the past six months with Higg FEM 4.0, providing manufacturers with valuable comparisons to its predecessor, 3.0. Explore key data points and trends to better understand the evolution of Cascale’s core verification approach. This session is a pre-cursor to a deeper dive into specifics during our workshop later in the day.

 

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    Angela Ng, Director, Higg Facility Tools, Cascale

    Angela is Cascale Higg Facility Tools Director. Previously, she worked at Cascale brand member Columbia, where she focused on sustainability in the social and labor program. Angela was also responsible for managing Columbia’s supply chain sustainability performance and initiatives. Implementing the Higg Facility Environmental Module was central to Angela’s efforts, from scaling adoption of the tool to integrating Higg FEM into Columbia’s business functions. Angela has been working with the Higg Index since its inception. She brings years of supply chain and industry experience. Angela lives by the mottos, “Make a difference” and “pay it forward.”

10:25 am - 10:55 am

Coffee Break

10:55 am - 11:15 am

Empowering Industry Transformation through Cascale’s Manufacturer Climate Action Program

The Cascale Decarbonization team presents a comprehensive update on the Manufacturer Climate Action Program (MCAP) to Chinese Manufacturers. Discover the latest advancements and achievements within MCAP, illustrating its effectiveness in fostering collective action and achieving shared sustainability goals. Through engaging demonstrations, learn how Chinese Manufacturers can actively participate in MCAP initiatives and contribute to the global effort towards decarbonization.

 

  • Ringo Yu, Manager, Manufacturer Climate Action Program (MCAP), Cascale

    Ringo Yu is the Manager of Manufacturer Climate Action Program at Cascale. He is responsible for building, implementing, maintaining, and improving this capacity building program to accelerate the efforts of apparel, footwear and textile manufacturing companies to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. As one of Cascale’s key climate action drivers, Ringo delivers crucial support directly working with manufacturers on setting and validating science-aligned targets (SATs) for commitment and disclosure. He is based in Hong Kong.

    Prior to joining Cascale, Ringo was the Senior Manager of Sustainability at Concept4 Limited, where she worked on science-aligned targets (SATs) application for verification, B Corp Certification and EcoVadis assessment and Climate Disclosure Project (CDP)’s climate change survey. He got substantial working experience in sustainability compliance, supply chain sustainability, climate resilience and mitigation, net zero strategy formulation, complex stakeholders collaboration, marketing the sustainability initiatives from various industry sectors, substantial consultancy involvement of sustainability reporting covering the businesses in Hong Kong, Mainland China and Asia Pacific Countries.

    Ringo holds a MSc in occupational safety and health from University of Greenwich. He is an ISSP Sustainability Excellence Associate certified by International Society of Sustainability Professionals (ISSP), a Professional Member of World Institute of Sustainable Development Planners (WISDP), an EFFAS certified Environmental Social and Governance Analyst (CESGA®) certified by the European Federation of Financial Analysts Societies and a Chartered Sustainable Supply Chain and Logistics Professional (CSSCLP™) certified by Chartered Institute of Professional Certifications.

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11:15 am - 12:10 pm

Forging Industry Decarbonization: Collective Action through Strategic Partnerships

During this session we will explore the critical intersection of decarbonization efforts and strategic partnerships, unpacking current ventures to align indsutry goals. We will highlight the successes and stories behind our Manufacturer Climate Action Program (MCAP), showcasing insights from distinguished representatives of leading brands and suppliers.

 

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    Cherie Bai, Regional Lead, Greater China, Apparel Impact Institute

    Cherie is the regional lead for Greater China at the Apparel Impact Institute (Aii), and responsible for creating and implementing a decarbonization strategy for the apparel and textile sector within Greater China region. Cherie holds dual master degree in Chemical Engineering and Environmental Engineering. She has wide experience of environment protection and sustainable development.

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    Dr. Delman Lee, Vice Chair, TAL Apparel

    Dr. Delman Lee is currently the Vice Chair of TAL Apparel Limited. He leads TAL Apparel on its long-term strategy and continuous innovations in various aspects of the business. Major focuses are digital transformation, disruptive technologies, business model innovations and sustainability. He is responsible for the innovative services of TAL such as Vendor Managed Inventory and leads the sustainability journey of TAL for the past 20+ years.

    Dr. Lee possesses extensive experience in information technology and management in global operations. He also has a strong background in research.

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    Dr. Joyce Tsoi, Senior Director, Decarbonization Program, Cascale

    Joyce Tsoi is the Senior Director, Decarbonization Programs, Cascale. She leads Cascale’s Decarbonization programs and activities. She works closely with Cascale members and ecosystem partners to integrate sustainability into their business strategies, prioritize actions on climate change, accelerate sustainable environmental and social impacts and transform our industry into one that gives more than it takes- to the people and the planet.

    She brings over 17 years of diverse global industry experience, leading global supply chain sustainability program for multinational companies, driving key corporate and industry-wide sustainability strategies and efforts through the adoption and verification of Higg tools, water and wastewater compliance program, Science Based Targets (SBTs), energy efficiency and renewable energy program across multiple industry sectors including apparel and footwear, electronics, hardgoods, home goods, food and beverage, home goods and toys industries globally. She is also a Honorary Senior Lecturer of the Sustainability Leadership and Governance Program at the University of Hong Kong.

12:10 pm - 12:15 pm

Morning Wrap Up

12:15 pm - 1:30 pm

Lunch & Networking

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Higg FEM 4.0 Knowledge Sharing & Roundtable Discussion
3 1/2 hours

Since the launch of the Higg Facility Environmental Module (FEM 4.0) in November 2024, significant strides have been made in implementing the updated framework. This workshop aims to provide a platform for sharing insights and experiences gathered during this transformative period.

The session will commence with a brief update from the Cascale Higg Facility Team, highlighting key changes from Higg FEM 3.0 to 4.0 and offering an overview of observed data points since its launch. Following this, industry peers, including brands and manufacturers, will share firsthand accounts of their experiences and lessons learned in adopting Higg FEM 4.0.

Subsequently, attendees will have an exclusive opportunity to contribute their insights on the evolution of Higg FEM. Through a series of structured discussions, participants will provide feedback on four proposed changes solicited from our Cascale community. These discussions will culminate in a sharing of opinions and the collation of results. Our expert Cascale Facilities Team will then synthesize this information to inform the development of future iterations of the tool.

 

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    Angela Ng, Director, Higg Facility Tools, Cascale

    Angela is Cascale Higg Facility Tools Director. Previously, she worked at Cascale brand member Columbia, where she focused on sustainability in the social and labor program. Angela was also responsible for managing Columbia’s supply chain sustainability performance and initiatives. Implementing the Higg Facility Environmental Module was central to Angela’s efforts, from scaling adoption of the tool to integrating Higg FEM into Columbia’s business functions. Angela has been working with the Higg Index since its inception. She brings years of supply chain and industry experience. Angela lives by the mottos, “Make a difference” and “pay it forward.”

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    Betty Li, Senior Manager, Membership Engagement APAC, Cascale

    Betty is the Senior Manager of Membership Engagement, APAC at the Cascale. She leads the APAC region, ensuring that members have the guidance and support needed to reach joint goals and to utilize the Higg Index tools to drive their sustainability strategies forward. She is based in Hong Kong.

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Science-Based Target Training
3 1/2 hours

Prepare for a hands-on learning experience with our Science-Based Target Training, a comprehensive 3 1/2-hour session designed to empower participants with essential knowledge and skills for setting impactful, science-based targets.

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Understanding the Significance: Understand the vital role and advantages of establishing science-based targets in driving global decarbonization efforts.
  • Practical Application: Bring your laptops and get ready for interactive sessions where you’ll develop a greenhouse gas inventory and set emission reduction targets using the SBTi’s target setting tool. Prior to the training, participants will receive a pre-read to prepare for the session.
  • Strategic Positioning: Elevate your strategic positioning by aligning with the increasing demand for global decarbonization efforts. Explore how science-based targets can enhance your sustainability initiatives and set you apart as a leader in your industry.

This training includes captivating presentations by seasoned sustainability professionals, interactive activities, and guided exercises for practical learning. Participants will be expected to take an online exam at the conclusion of the workshop to assess their comprehension and application of the material. A passing rate of at least 70% will earn participants a course certification, validating their mastery of science-based targets. Join us and take the first step towards a more sustainable future.

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    Chu Ching, Decarbonization Program Coordinator, Cascale

    Chu Ching is a coordinator of the Decarbonization Program at Cascale. She ensures that Cascale’s collective action strategy and programs are planned, implemented, and monitored, while also collaborating with the program team, Higg Index team, and global membership team to conduct research, respond quickly to member inquiries, and update communication platforms. She is based in Hong Kong.

    Prior to joining Cascale, Chu worked as sustainability development assistant at Allied Sustainability And Environmental Consultants Group Limited. She was specialized in ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) consulting, green building, and decarbonization strategies planning. She graduated with a master’s degree in environmental management from the University of Hong Kong.

    Chu enjoys public engagement that enhances people’ environmental awareness. Besides joining regular beach cleaning, Chu designed and launched an online educational game-based project to educate the public about local agriculture in Hong Kong recently. The program drew 16,000 site visitors in two months and the project was covered by the local newspapers.

  • Ringo Yu, Manager, Manufacturer Climate Action Program (MCAP), Cascale

    Ringo Yu is the Manager of Manufacturer Climate Action Program at Cascale. He is responsible for building, implementing, maintaining, and improving this capacity building program to accelerate the efforts of apparel, footwear and textile manufacturing companies to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. As one of Cascale’s key climate action drivers, Ringo delivers crucial support directly working with manufacturers on setting and validating science-aligned targets (SATs) for commitment and disclosure. He is based in Hong Kong.

    Prior to joining Cascale, Ringo was the Senior Manager of Sustainability at Concept4 Limited, where she worked on science-aligned targets (SATs) application for verification, B Corp Certification and EcoVadis assessment and Climate Disclosure Project (CDP)’s climate change survey. He got substantial working experience in sustainability compliance, supply chain sustainability, climate resilience and mitigation, net zero strategy formulation, complex stakeholders collaboration, marketing the sustainability initiatives from various industry sectors, substantial consultancy involvement of sustainability reporting covering the businesses in Hong Kong, Mainland China and Asia Pacific Countries.

    Ringo holds a MSc in occupational safety and health from University of Greenwich. He is an ISSP Sustainability Excellence Associate certified by International Society of Sustainability Professionals (ISSP), a Professional Member of World Institute of Sustainable Development Planners (WISDP), an EFFAS certified Environmental Social and Governance Analyst (CESGA®) certified by the European Federation of Financial Analysts Societies and a Chartered Sustainable Supply Chain and Logistics Professional (CSSCLP™) certified by Chartered Institute of Professional Certifications.

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1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Empowering Workers and Ensuring Equity Workshop
3 1/2 hours

Join this workshop focused on empowering workers and ensuring equity in Chinese manufacturing. During this 3 1/2 hour workshop we will dive into data insights specific to China, engage in discussions on health and safety standards, and hear firsthand case studies from manufacgturers and service providers on how they’ve elevated their business strategies to amplify their workers’ voices.

What to Expect:

  • Cascale & SLCP Collaboration: China Performance Trends Through Data Insights: Gain insights from Cascale and Social & Labor Convergence Program (SLCP) teams, setting the stage for an enriching session dedicated to worker empowerment through Higg Facility Social & Labor Module (FSLM) and Converged Assessment Framework (CAF). Delve deep into data insights tailored to the unique landscape of Chinese manufacturers, offering valuable perspectives for informed decision-making that prioritizes social labor rights.
  • Peer-to-Peer Learning: Amplifying Workers’ Voice in Manufacturing: Here participants will engage in peer-to-peer learning opportunities centered around amplifying the voices of workers in the manufacturing sector. Industry experts will share firsthand experiences and insights, offering valuable learnings and best practices aimed at fostering worker empowerment and participation. Through interactive discussions, attendees will gain deeper insights into the challenges and successes encountered in promoting workers’ voice within manufacturing environments. Additionally, the session will explore the role of service providers in addressing these challenges and enhancing FSLM user scores. By examining the offerings of service providers, participants will discover innovative solutions to empower workers and elevate workplace standards.
  • Interactive Q&A: Finally, we will finish the session with an interactive Q&A discussion aimed at supporting our attendees in developing a plan to apply the solutions that they’ve learned from today’s sessions into their business models and day-to-day operations. Here, they will be given the opportunity to ask questions to the distinguished speakers from the workshop.
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    Jessica Jia, China Support, SLCP

    Jessica works in SLCP China support team now. She is responsible for organizing and delivering training sessions in China. She also engages with different stakeholders such as Brands, manufactures, VBs and TBs. She owns more than 10 years of experiences in CSR field in different brands, audit firms and standard holders.

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    Joe Liu, GTS Supervisor, Bureau Veritas

    Liu has audit & training experience of over 15 years, is an SLCP officially authorized trainer, a Cascale officially authorized Higg FEM verifier and trainer. He is the trainer of BV North of China and technical expert of BV in Social, Environment, Decarbonization.

    拥有超过15年的审核和培训经验。 SLCP官方授权培训师。 SAC官方授权Higg FEM验证员以及培训师。 BV中国北方区培训师。 BV的社会责任,环境以及碳减排方面的技术专家。

3:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Coffee Break

3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
  • Higg FEM 4.0 Knowledge Sharing & Roundtable Discussion continued
  • Science-Based Target Training continued
  • Empowering Workers and Ensuring Equity Workshop continued

Practical Information

Plan your trip to the Manufacturer Forum: Shanghai

June 28, 2024

9:00 am – 5:30 pm local time

The Manufacturer Forum: Shanghai will be hosted primarily in English with Mandarin translations. All presentation materials will be shared after the event. Please note that these materials will only be available in English.

Venue

📍SNIEC (Shanghai New International Expo Center)
2345 Long Yang Road, Pudong Area, Shanghai, China

ISPO Shanghai

We are excited to announce the Manufacturer Forum: Shanghai will take place alongside ISPO Shanghai.

The decision to host our events side-by-side is rooted in our commitment to:

  • Maximize value for participants
  • Foster meaningful connections
  • Promote sustainability

Please be aware that in addition to our event ticket, attendees will require a ticket to ISPO Shanghai for venue entry. Entry to ISPO Shanghai is complimentary, and registration will open on May 1, 2024.

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  • Showcase your commitment to sustainability and gain exposure to a dedicated audience.

Accelerated Lead Generation

  • Achieve meaningful results and gain valuable returns on investment.
  • Meet potential customers, future partners, and high-level decision-makers.
  • Engage your target audience meaningfully to meet your objectives.

Thought Leadership

  • Showcase your sustainability leadership and innovative solutions.
  • Collaboratively shape impactful sponsorship activities.
  • Shape the future of sustainability by influencing industry norms through innovation.

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  • Full access to the presentations, panel discussions and knowledge sessions
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  • Networking breaks with complimentary refreshments
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