Supply chains and the circular economy – ensuring business and environmental viability for the long term

Supply chains and the circular economy – ensuring business and environmental viability for the long term

Day: Singapore Day 1 - 15th May, 2018
Start Time: 14:20
End Time: 15:10
Format: Talk & Panel Interactive Session


Sustainability and sustainable supply chains get increasingly more board level attention and are shaking off the environmentalist image. The millennial generation is less focused on consumerism as well insists that companies have a positive social mission. Sustainability is no longer a compromise and Design and end-to-end Supply Chain functions play a fundamental role in establishing ownership for sustainable operating models and products for their companies.

Companies with sustainable supply chain can achieve economic success as strong as revenue uplift of 5-20%; supply chain cost reduction of 9-16%, brand value increase of 15-30%, significant company risk reduction, as well have a positive impact on local communities and the environment.

SPEAKERS & PANELISTS

Speakers and panelists for this session are as follows:

Annemieke Gelder – COO, GO Global
Gwyneth Fries – Senior Manager, Corporate Social Responsibility, Agility Logistics
Troy R. Shortell – Managing Director Asia, Veracity Worldwide
Dr. Sunil Tiwari – Postdoctoral Research Fellow, National University of Singapore
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