Whilst we recover from COVID-19, Australia’s bushfires and droughts, we must also consider how we build long-term socio-economic resilience to combat future shocks. The 2020 Shared Value Summit – the region’s pre-eminent purpose-led business event – is well-timed to explore how we achieve this in the Climate for Change.
Now in its sixth year, the Summit will take an urgent and action-oriented approach to the fundamental topics of leadership, purpose, agility, climate change and how we collectively rebuild the economy. Supported by co-major sponsors IAG and NAB, this year’s event been reimagined into two digital programs: A high-impact plenary on Wednesday 10 June featuring discussions and interactive sessions, and a topical webinar series over the months to follow. Tickets to the Summit include access to both the plenary day and the webinar.
Join business leaders and the shared value community online to unpack:
- Why now is the time to double-down on shared value strategies, and not revert back to business-as-usual
- Why business models that are focussed on resilience and the long-term will win
- How shared value can be leveraged as a critical tool for economic recovery
- How business can urgently address the climate crisis
There has never been a more timely opportunity for business to activate its resources, skills and assets to create long-term social and economic value than today.
Speakers will include:
- Harvard Business School Professor and Economist, Rebecca Henderson
- Fortune President and CEO, Alan Murray
- Creating Shared Value Co-Author, Mark Kramer
- World renowned scientist and inventor, Professor Veena Sahajwalla
- CEO of Purpose and New Power co-author Jeremy Heimans, named one of Fast Company’s most creative people in business, and one of the 10 most influential voices in US sustainability by The Guardian