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3rd annual Sustainability Week Asia


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3rd Sustainability Week Asia

Be at the forefront of sustainable innovation at the 3rd Sustainability Week Asia in Bangkok on March 11th – 13th 2024. Connect with 4,000 sustainability leaders—from innovative activists to C-suite executives—to explore pressing issues, such as the intersection of climate change and social justice, financing and sustainable change. Learn practical insights and solutions to turn commitments into progress towards a sustainable, more inclusive future.

3rd annual Sustainability Week Asia will empower business leaders and communities to create new models for partnership and collaboration that can translate sustainability commitments into results.

For more details, please visit the 3rd annual Sustainability Week Asia website.

Website: https://tinyurl.com/2c6pz5mu

Featured speakers include:

  • Bicky Bhangu, president, South East Asia, Pacific and South Korea, Rolls-Royce
  • Graeme Beardsell, executive vice president, Fujitsu Asia Pacific; chief executive, Fujitsu Australia and New Zealand
  • Tharith Panpiemras, assistant governor, Financial Institutions Policy Group, Bank of Thailand
  • Tamojit Chatterjee, advisor, clean energy transition, United Nations
  • Charlotte Wolff-Bye, chief sustainability officer, PETRONAS
  • Deborah Priya Henry, television host and founder, Fugeelah and Fugee School; Miss Universe Malaysia 2011
  • Chiruit Isarangkul Na Ayuthaya, president, Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau(TCEB)
  • Esther An, chief sustainability officer, City Developments Limited

Secure your in-person pass now and save additional 20% using the discount code: SWAETN20

Register: https://tinyurl.com/3dcaj47v

A limited number of places are available for the in-person event. Secure yours today and save 20% (use code: SWAETN20) to get full access to:

  • All in-person sessions in Bangkok on March 11th-13th 2024
  • Face to face networking with 800 senior industry players
  • Physical exhibition access

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