Gala Dinner Ticket to Asia Responsible Enterprise Awards which recognises outstanding CSR Programmes across Asia on the evening of Day 1 Summit
2 JUNE 2017
Identify new opportunities and innovations, long term strategies, policies, that help your business deliver positive social and climate impacts.
Establishing coalitions across sectors, the more coalitions the greater the extent towards potential actions against climate change and sustainability issues.
Identify the targets leaders should set to drive actions to achieve the 2030 agenda, making climate change and sustainability considerations as board relevant, and transform risks into future opportunities.
Setting Science Based Targets to remove emissions
Discover some of the leading innovations, smart technologies and renewables that are driving a low carbon and sustainable future.
Utilizing data and technologies which make supply chains more transparent, to know if human rights are infringed upon.
Boosting partnerships between public-private sectors to mobilise resources for climate action and to aide poor countries, internal carbon pricing, working with partners to lower emissions across all value chains.
Embracing circular thinking across the value chain to achieve a clean and smart future
Former Secretary-General, UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)
Dr. Supachai Panitchpakdi’s career has spanned across wide waters, he had been Deputy Finance Minister, Commerce Minister, and twice as Deputy Prime Minister. He was also appointed Director General of the World Trade Organization (2002-2005), followed by two terms as Secretary General of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (2005-2013). At present, he is a board member of the Institute for Cultural Diplomacy in Berlin, a founding member of the Asia-New Zealand Foundation.
Secretary-General, Securities and Exchange Commission
Mr. Rapee Sucharitakul joined SEC Thailand at its establishment and devoted 13 years of his career to capital market development and supervision. He left SEC in 2005 to take on several positions in private and public organizations, where he gained extensive experience in policy making, consultancy and management in various industries. He returned to his current role in SEC in May 2015. He also serves on the Capital Market Supervisory Board as Chairman. He earned an LLM in Commercial Law from the University of Bristol, and an LLB (with honours) from the University of Essex, United Kingdom.
President and CEO, Interface Asia Pacific, SIngapore
Rob leads Interface’s business operations in Asia Pacific; including China, Australia and Southeast Asia. Rob has always been focused on influencing businesses and governments to understand and adopt the strategic opportunities that sustainability represents. Rob ensures that sustainability is addressed at all levels- from operations and management to employees and customers; he also collaborate with various industry partners to support programs that enrich our ecosystem’s biodiversity and encourage greater equality between communities.
CEO and Founder, Kusaga Athletic
Graham Ross is the founder of Kusaga Athletic, pioneer in future fabrics and lifestyle apparel, and creator of the Greenest T-shirt on the Planet. As an established entrepreneur with a background in media, Graham recognised an opportunity to address the impact of climate change by reimagining the textile industry. Taking the principles of a circular economy and profit for purpose as its foundation, Kusaga Athletic is part of a new wave of socially focussed organisations using the power of business to create a positive impact on the world.
Senior Executive Vice President of Corporate Management and Sustainability Development, Bangchak Corporation Public Company Limited
Prior to his current position, he has served in various capacities in Bangchak ranging from Corporate Administration and Information Technology, and extensive experience in Bangchak’s Marketing Business. He has been an integral part of the Bangchak family since 1994. Mr. Yodphot also holds directorial roles in Bangchak Green Net Company Limited and the Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA). He received his undergraduate degree from the University of The Thai Chamber of Commerce and an MBA from Middle Tennessee State University.
President, B. Grimm Real Estate, B. Grimm Group
Caroline is president of B.Grimm Real Estate of family-owned B.Grimm, B.Grimm Real Estate developed two 20-storey office buildings - the Alma Link Building and the Dr. Gerhard Link Building in Bangkok -- as well as a 1,500-rai real estate project in Pattaya. Caroline has also worked in various divisions of B.Grimm in order to learn the business from theground up -- gaining significant experience while establishing a strong branding strategy and campaign for B.Grimm, including communications, human resources and social engagement programmes.
Board Member, United Nations Sustainable Development Network, Singapore, Chief Development Officer, Nanyang Technological University, President, Association for Persons with Special Needs
Victor is one who always champion sustainability development serving as Board Member of United Nations Sustainable Development Network, Singapore and is also the President of the Association of Persons with Special Needs. Victor has strong understanding of a spectrum of multidisciplinary industries from his experience in attracting foreign direct investment and industry development while with the Ministry of Trade and Industry and SPRING Singapore. He also oversaw internationalization of companies to various regions under SBF’s Global Business Division.
Senior Director, Social Environmental Affairs, Adidas Group, Hong Kong
Tracy is Senior Director of the Global Environmental Program for the Adidas Group since October 2015. She manages a team of chemical specialists, engineers and environmental experts, located in 9 countries across Asia, EMEA, North and South America. Over the past 17 years she has been deeply involved in the development and implementation of global CSR programs, in particular the development of social compliance programmes, key environmental sustainability initiatives, foreign migrant labour, as well as stakeholder outreach.
Former Minister of Foreign Affairs / Minister of Environment, Taiwan
Dr Chien became the first Minister of the Environmental Protection Administration under Chiang Ching-kuo’s presidency in 1987. In 1991, during Lee Teng-hui’s presidency, he was appointed as the Minister of Transportation and Communications, Representative of Taipei Representative Office in the UK, and Senior Advisor of National Security Council. He has served as the Deputy Secretary General of the Office of the President and subsequently as the Foreign Minister.
Member to Board of Trustees, Asia Pacific Roundtable for Sustainable Consumption and Production (APRSCP)
Known widely to business and public for his previous role as the Vice President of Thailand Environment Institute (TEI), and executive Director of Thailand Business Council for Sustainable Development (TBCSD). Dr. Chaiyod Bunyagidj headed many projects in the areas of environmental performance indicators, environmental management system and auditing, sustainable consumption and production, greening of supply chain, ecolabeling, including education for sustainable development and capacity building. Dr. Chaiyod is currently the Advisor to CEO of the United Analyst and Engineering Consultant, Co., Ltd., and he also serves on the UNDP Advisory Panel in Energy and Environment Project.
Founder and CEO, Response Ability, Inc. and Executive Director, Japan Business Initiative for Biodiversity, Japan
Dr Naoki Adachi is the founder and CEO of Response Ability, Inc., and Executive Director of Japan Business Initiative for Biodiversity (JBIB). He has been working as a consultant on environmental management and CSR since 2002 after working as a researcher at the National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES) and at FRIM (Forest Research Institute Malaysia). He has been involved in many projects for Japanese corporations and ministries to develop sustainability policies and implement them in their daily business.
Chief, United Nations Social Impact Fund (UNSIF)
David is founder and Chief of the United Nations Social Impact Fund (UNDP-UNSIF), an innovative impact investment fund, jointly established with UNDP, UNEP, UNFPA and UNCDF. Prior to joining the UN, David has held senior management positions within strategy, digital and business development with global corporations. Joining the UN in 2005, David served as the Chief of Digital for the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV and AIDS (UNAIDS), Chief of the Web and Knowledge Management Unit at the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development and Practice Leader of the Asia-Pacific Region Knowledge, Innovation and Knowledge Group for the United Nations Development Programme.
General Manager, KPMG Sustainability Consulting Co., Ltd, Taiwan
Dr Niven Huang is the General Manager of KPMG Sustainability Consulting Co., Ltd and was the Chairman of the Advisory Board of ASrIA. Dr Huang is a pioneer in Taiwan for promoting CSR, sustainability reporting, SRI, corporate sustainability strategy and carbon management. He was previously Secretary General of the BCSD-Taiwan for 16 years. He sits on the judging panels of several public and private Awards of CSR, Excellence in Environment, and Sustainability in Taiwan and Asia.
Sustainability Director, Coca-Cola ASEAN
Stuart Hawkins was seconded from Coca-Cola to the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Regional Centre in Bangkok in a unique one-year assignment to lead and manage a partnership with UNDP and the UN Foundation focused on water and sanitation reconstruction activities in tsunami-impacted countries. After this assignment, he headed up Public Affairs & Communications for Coca-Cola Thailand during which time he developed and launched several flagship sustainability programs with government and civil society partners such as the RAKNAM (Love Water) initiative that continues to reach communities nationwide. He currently leads the company’s sustainability and social impact strategy, programs and partnerships across Southeast Asia.
Group Director for Sustainable Development, Thai Union
As the global director of sustainability for Thai Union, Darian is focused on implementing change that will drive sustainability through the entire global seafood industry. Working in partnership with a wide range of NGOs and with strong experience in sustainable supply chains, she develops programmes which are designed to manage the environmental and social impacts of the sector. Throughout her career, she runs her own strategy and sustainability consultancy in Australia advising government and NGOs, she was the Sustainable Procurement Lead for the National Health Service in the UK and has advised the United Nations.
President, Hoi Ping Ventures, Hong Kong
Alexandra Boakes Tracy founded Hoi Ping Ventures to provide research and consulting on investment in low carbon energy and infrastructure in Asian emerging markets. Alexandra is a member of the Listing Committee of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, an Active Private Sector Observer to the United Nations Green Climate Fund and an Advisor to the Hong Kong University of Science & Technology’s Asian Family Business Research Centre. She was nonexecutive Chairman of the Association for Sustainable & Responsible Investment in Asia for six years, stepping down in 2015, and was instrumental in establishing the Asia Investor Group on Climate Change during this period.
Chairman, Enterprise Asia
Tan Sri Dr. Fong Chan Onn served as the Minister of Human Resources of Malaysia from December 1999 to March 2008. Prior to that, he was the Deputy Minister of Education. He is also the Deputy Chairman of University Tunku Abdul Rahman’s Council, Chairman of Star Publications (Malaysia) Berhad and of Sustainable Energy Development Authority (SEDA Malaysia).
Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment of Thailand
Dr. Wijarn Simachaya has been the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment since October 2016. He has served as Inspector General, and twice as Director-General of the Pollution Control Department, and Secretary General of the Office of Natural Resources and Environmental Policy and Planning.
Advisor, Enterprise Asia / former Quartermaster General, Indian Army
Lt. General Sharma retired from the Indian Army in 2008, after four decades of a career of selfless service to the nation. The General holds an M. Phil. in Defence and International Security and often lectures on leadership and national security at various forums. He has developed expertise in areas of environment, renewable energy and ecology.
Advisor, Enterprise Asia / Secretary General, World Islamic Economic Forum Foundation
Tan Sri Ahmad Fuzi Haji Abdul Razak sits on the board of numerous publiclisted companies in Malaysia, including the Maybank Islamic Bank. He is also chairman of AmanahRaya-REIT. He was previously the Secretary General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Malaysia and organised the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) Summit in 2003.
Advisor, Enterprise Asia Former Chairman of Tourism Malaysia
Datuk Seri Dr Victor Wee, former Secretary General of the Ministry of Tourism, Programme Chairman of the United Nations World Tourism Organisation, Advisor to the Ministry of Finance and Senior Director of Macroeconomics, Economic Planning Unit, Prime Minister’s Department and also the Deputy Head of the National Economic Action Council Secretariat.
Sustainability Governance Center, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES)
Shinji was a member in the international negotiations for developing the SDGs in the Rio 20 Preparatory Meeting, 2011 as an NGO member as well as a delegation from the Japanese government. He has served as a member of the SDGs Task Force of Global Compact Network Japan and a secretariat of SDGs Stakeholders’ Meeting hosted by the Ministry of the Environment Japan. His books and reports include “Mainstreaming the SDGs in Business” (coauthored 2019), “The Basics of the SDGs” (co-authored 2018), and “SDGs and Business for the Future” (co-authored 2018). At the same time, he is a researcher at Berlin Free University and Japan Center for Sustainable Environment and Society, as well as a part-time lecturer for different universities in Japan.
Regional Leader, KPMG Sustainability Services in Asia Pacific, KPMG Taiwan
Dr Niven Huang led KPMG Sustainability Consulting Taiwan since July of 2013. He is the Chairman of the Advisory Board of ASrIA (The Association of Sustainable and Responsible Investment in Asia) in Hong Kong. Dr. Huang is a pioneer in Taiwan for promoting CSR, sustainability reporting, SRI, corporate sustainability strategy and carbon management. Niven was also the Secretary General of the Business Council for Sustainable Development in Taiwan (BCSD-Taiwan) for 16 years during 1997 to 2013 and regularly presents on sustainability in Taiwan and internationally. He is also a part time associate professor of several universities in Taiwan, including the most leading advanced MBA and EMBA at National Cheng Chi University (since 2008), his has a specialized technical background in fluidisation combustion technology. He sits in the judge panels of several public and private Awards of CSR, Excellence in Environment, and Sustainability in Taiwan and Asia.
Executive Director, Japan Business Initiative for Diversity
The founder and CEO of Response Ability, Inc., a consultancy on corporate social responsibility (CSR) based in Tokyo, Executive Director of Japan Business Initiative for Biodiversity (JBIB), a group of committed corporations for biodiversity conservation. Born in 1965 in Japan, he received BSc from The University of Tokyo, MSc and PhD from Graduate School of Science, The University of Tokyo. After experience of working for National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES) as a researcher and for FRIM (Forest Research Institute Malaysia) as a visiting researcher, he has been working as a consultant on environmental management and CSR since 2002. He has been involved in and led numbers of projects for Japanese corporations and ministries to develop sustainability policies and implement them in their daily business. With his strong expertise in biodiversity and supply chain management, he is now covering natural capital accounting and sustainable procurement for sustainable management.
Senior Executive Vice President of Corporate Strategic Planning and Sustainability Development Group, Bangchak Corporation PCL
Since the start of Bangchak Corporation PCL, Mr. Kiatchai Maitriwong has had a long successful career in the company working in different strategic areas from Refining, Bio-based Products to Sustainability Development. He is one of the pioneers leading the Company with the belief “Sustainable business development in harmony with society and the environment”. Together with Bangchak, Mr. Kiatchai is currently focusing on UN-SDGs, integrating UN-SDGs into the corporation’s medium and long-term corporate strategies to support both national and international development goals, and to reflect the commitment to ameliorate the quality of life for all stakeholders including its employees, local communities, national development, as well as social and environmental stewardship.
Director of Center for Green Economy, Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research
Dr. Lih-Chyi Wen at the same time is the Deputy Director of Green Trade Project Office, Ministry of Economic Affairs in Taiwan. Before assuming her present position, Dr. Wen, who joined Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research in 1996, was the Deputy Director of WTO Center and Research Fellow of International Division. As an expert in Environmental Economics, Dr. Wen was the 2008 Top 10 Rising Stars in Taiwan, awarded by the Central News Agency, in the area of Economics, Finance & Business Management. Her two great interests in life are teaching and research in environmental protection. She is also a professor at National Chiao Tung University in Taiwan. Environmental Economics, Law and Economics and Public Economics are her areas of expertise, and she has devoted a tremendous amount of effort to promote environmental policies, green products and services, not only in Taiwan, but also worldwide.
Director Of Corporate Communications, Sustainability & Public Affairs, L’Oréal Taiwan
Shalom has been with L'Oréal Taiwan for more than 13 years. Possessing over 20 years of experience in corporate communications, sustainability and public affairs, Shalom has engineered many milestones to build L'Oréal Taiwan’s CSR and corporate image. In addition to coordinating with the international team in pursuit of the global 2020 sustainability goals via the “Sharing Beauty with All” program, she has established local initiatives to deliver shared value in Taiwan. Shalom drives sustainability achievements across 4 key pillars: sustainable innovation, sustainable production, sustainable development and sustainable living and she leads L'Oréal Taiwan’s “SBWA Committee”. Shalom has contributed in the creation of the “Taiwan Outstanding Women in Science Award” - the first and only award in Taiwan that honors female scientists - following the spirit of L'Oréal-UNESCO’s “For Women in Science” worldwide program.
CEO & President, Hoi Ping Ventures Hong Kong
Alexandra Boakes Tracy is President of Hoi Ping Ventures in Hong Kong, which she established to provide research and consulting on investment, climate and sustainability issues. Based in Asia for over twenty years, Alexandra wasfor much of that time an investment banker, with Morgan Stanley, Citibank and ABN Amro Bank, advising on construction, acquisition and financing of major energy and infrastructure projects. Alexandra was for several years Vice President - Strategy at First Eastern Investment Group. Since 2009, Alexandra has been non-executive Chairmanof the Association for Sustainable & Responsible Investment in Asia, Hong Kong. She is also Senior Advisor to the Asia Investor Group on Climate Change and an Active Private Sector Observer to the United Nations Green Climate Fund. Alexandra speaks and writes regularly on sustainable finance issues, including as a columnist in “Investments & Pensions Asia” magazine. She has an MBA from the Harvard Business School and MA degrees from Yale University and Cambridge University.
Chairman, Taiwan Alliance For Sustainable Supply. Honorary Chairman, Supply Management Institute, Taiwan (SMIT)
Steve Lai has been in the industry of purchasing, supply management, marketing and sales for more than four decades. Steve graduated from Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.A. and holds the degree of Master of Business Administration. He is the Honorary Chairman of SMIT (Supply Management Institute, Taiwan), he was recognised for his contributions to this institute when he served as the Chairman from 2001 to 2006. He also served as the Executive Director for CPSS (Center for Purchasing and Supply Studies) - a research unit that was jointly established together with SMIT and being the nation’s leading business schools. He is also appointed as Board Member to IFPSM (International Federation of Purchasing and Supply Management) by SMIT. His noted work includes proposed and organized a cross-industry alliance to promote the Value Network platform with the global semiconductor industry manufacturers and initiated and developed the Taiwan’s Purchasing and Supply Management certification programme as the C.P.P. - Certified Purchasing Professional.
Founder, CSRone Reporting. Co-Chair, European Chamber Of Commerce Taiwan (ECCT)
President of Veda International Corporation, a Taiwan-based professional PR consulting company servicing many Fortune 100 companies, Gennie also founded the CSRone Reporting Platform in 2013. The platform allows sustainability practitioners to understand more on corporate social responsibility through providing CSR news and specific reports and allows for businesses and their stakeholders to have more peer interactions. The platform has now become the most comprehensive Chinese website in the world and positioned as a CSR communication leader in Asia. As Gennie is deeply involved in the territory of CSR/sustainability in Taiwan and Asia, she is also the convener of the Center for Corporate Sustainability and is Co-Chair of the CSR Committee at the European Chamber of Commerce Taiwan.
Head Of Marketing, DHL Express Taiwan
Joanna is a highly regarded marketing expert with over 15 years’ experience in hi-tech /mobile start-ups and multinational organizations including Cathay Pacific in Hong Kong, eBay, Expedia and Survey Monkey in the United States. She specializes in online marketing, branding, customer retention, user engagement and media relations. Joanna decided to leave the hi-tech scene at Silicon Valley and returned to her hometown to do good for the community. She joined L plus H Fashion, an early-staged home-grown social enterprise in Hong Kong, as the Head of Marketing, Retail and Brand. Joanna successfully mobilised ground-breaking movement and brought manufacturing industry and craftsmanship back to Hong Kong and created 100+ job opportunities for fine craftsmen in Hong Kong (whom were jobless for over 20 years) while keeping the company financially sustainable. Since 2015, Joanna has been the Head of Marketing for DHL Express Taiwan.
Project Manager, Mt.stonegate Green Asset Management
As a Project Manager in Mt.Stonegate Green Asset Management. Rose is responsible for the end-to-end process planning of the project’s activities, from initial client consultation and cost estimation to business development and exit strategy. She has managed several significant renewable energy projects with Mt.Stonegate such as developing carbon projects under voluntary carbon standards and I-RECs Standard, constructing various renewable energy projects strategy from Solar, on-shore Wind, Hydro and Biomass energy, and trading EACs (Environmental Attribute Certificates) asset.
Chief Executive Officer, Group Synergy And Retail Planning Headquarters, Far Eastern Retail Group. Chairman Of The Board, Far Eastern Big City Shopping Mall
Philby Lee joined FEG in 1997, and ever since, she has played key executive roles in developing group synergy strategies and integrating group resources in B2C consumer sectors such as retail, banking, telecom, transportation, and hospitality. Philby has advocated priority in building warm and inclusive ties at many cultural levels between the mall and its surrounding community as well as in Taiwan at large.
Deputy Governor, Corporate Social Responsibility, Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA)
Experienced Deputy Governor and the Executive Director of PEA, he supervised and ensured the proficient electrical services in six provinces. He is also responsible for directing PEA’s Corporate Social Responsibility activities and executing the organization’s blueprint for sustainability based on SDGs. PEA commits to undertake CSR into a bigger scope of Creating Shared Value (CSV) that will be beneficial towards the society in the many years to come.
President & Group Managing Director, BE International
Ir Lee Suet Sen obtained the Status of Professional Engineer in 1998. He ventures into the MLM industry and soon achieved Highest Status in a leading MLM company in Malaysia and subsequently became a Strategy Advisory Board Member. In 2012, he was appointed as a Councilor in PJ city council, State of Selangor in Malaysia where he laid policies for Town Planning and Urban Transportation, soon after he established BE International Sdn Bhd.
Former Quarter Master Of General Indian Army. Advisor To Enterprise Asia
Lt. General Sharma retired from the Indian Army in 2008, after four decades of an illustrious and brilliant career of selfless service to the nation. During his career he has seen active service in India and other countries and has held very critical and challenging appointments in higher echelons of defense management, including a diplomatic assignment in London as the Defense Attaché of India. He commanded the largest operational force in the world and led the logistics and administration of the 1.3 million strong Indian Army in his last assignment before retirement. A strong votary of sustainable and responsible development he has developed expertise in areas of environment, renewable energy and ecology. Gen Sharma now writes on national strategy and security issues and lectures business leaders on decision making, motivation and positivity. He is deeply committed and passionate about entrepreneurship and has helped and guided many start up companies to realize their potential.
Former Chairman, Tourism Malaysia Advisor, Enterprise Asia
Datuk Seri Dr Victor Wee was the Chairman of Tourism Malaysia, the government agency charged to promote Malaysia’s tourism industry. He was previously the Secretary General of the Ministry of Tourism, Malaysia, the Program Chairman of the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and Advisor to the Ministry of Finance. He was also the Senior Director of Macroeconomics of the Economic Planning Unit, Prime Minister’s Department, where he was instrumental in formulating Malaysia’s macroeconomic policy framework. As a member of the World Bank, he helped review the planning and implementation methodology of Saudi Arabia in 2003 and assisted in a UNDP mission on the formulation of Saudi Arabia’s long-term economic strategy in 2004. During the Asian Financial crisis, he served as the Deputy Head of the National Economic Action Council (NEAC) Secretariat, where he was involved in the drafting of the National Economic Recovery Plan, which was used as the blueprint for Malaysia’s efforts to bring about recovery from the crisis.
Chairman, Enterprise Asia
Tan Sri Dr. Fong Chan Onn served as the Minister of Human Resources of Malaysia from December 1999 to March 2008. Prior to that, he was the Deputy Minister of Education. He is also the Deputy Chairman of University Tunku Abdul Rahman’s Council, Chairman of Star Publications (Malaysia) Berhad and Sustainable Energy Development Authority (SEDA Malaysia).
Deputy Minister Of Foreign Affairs, Ministry Of Foreign Affairs, R.O.C. (Taiwan)
Deputy minister Hsu received his PhD and master’s in political science from Columbia University, USA. He begins his journey as an associate professor and research fellow with Chinese Culture University, and Research Center of the Institute of International Relations within National Chengchi University. For 14 years, he was working in the Institute of Political Science for Academia Sinica, which at the same time he was working for the Master Program of China Studies for National Tsing-Hua University. He then took on the role of President for Taiwan Foundation for Democracy and effective July 2018, he became the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Taiwan.
Mayor Of New Taipei City, New Taipei City Government, R.O.C. (Taiwan)
Mayor Hou graduated from the Graduate School of Crime Prevention and Corrections, Central Police University and he began his law enforcement career ever since. He went on to become the commissioner of Taoyuan County Police Department, and consecutively the commissioner for Criminal Investigation Bureau, National Police Agency in the Ministry of the Interior which he subsequently became the Director-general. At the same time, he is the Principal for the Central Police University and is appointed as the Deputy Mayor for New Taipei City soon after. Effective 2018, he is appointed to the position of Mayor for New Taipei City.
8.00 AM – 4.30 PM
Keynotes & Panel Discussions
6.30 PM Onwards
Awards Presentation Ceremony
9.00 AM – 4.00 PM
Circular Economy Workshop
Gala Dinner Ticket to Asia Responsible Enterprise Awards which recognises outstanding CSR Programmes across Asia on the evening of Day 1 Summit
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