Do you need to quantify the contribution of your sustainability practices to your business? Join us for this energetic interactive session with panelists from Villa Maria, Mercury Energy, Creature and thinkstep and hear how they translate the effect of sustainability activities into business value – communicated in traditional business language.
Based on the Business Value of Sustainability Framework™ we will explore in an hands-on workshop how sustainability can increase your revenue, reduce cost, enhance your brand and mitigate risk.
Monday, 29 October 2018, 3pm to 5.30pm
Karen Titulaer, Business Sustainability and Risk Manager at Villa Maria, talks about the approach they take with sustainability initiatives and projects to improve resilience and reduce risk.
Martin Fryer, Sustainability Manager at Mercury Energy will share how they use sustainability to achieve competitive advantage. He will also cover the value that carbon data and reporting adds to their business enabling them to respond to commercial and industrial tenders and investor interest.
Brooke Ashton-Taylor, Managing Partner at Creature discusses the role of sustainability in defining a competitive employer brand.
Barbara Nebel, CEO at thinkstep Australasia, introduces thinkstep’s Business Value of Sustainability Framework™ and provides examples of calculating a return on investment for sustainability initiatives.