We are pleased to be a contributing sponsor at GreenBiz 21, the premier annual event for sustainable business leaders. We'll join over 1,200 professionals to discuss the latest trends, tools, and insights shaping the sustainability space.
The event is primarily designed for corporate sustainability executives and other professionals who are interested in integrating sustainable practices into their roles or businesses. There is limited space for other key stakeholders in the corporate sustainability ecosystem, including NGOs, public sector, and academia.
Oliver Wyman Sessions
The Path to Net Zero: Acting on a Well-Honed Transition Plan
Thursday, February 11, 10:45 - 11:30 am PT
On the path to net-zero, many have pledged, some have planned, but few have certainty. This kind of large-scale business transformation requires a faultless plan, with a ready flow of capital to support it. With the market acting as the ultimate arbiter, how can you make sure your pledge will turn into actions and eventual successes? We’ll be joined by panelists across industries to hear what steps they are taking in crafting transition plans, the trade-offs they have had to make, and the successes and challenges they’ve faced so far.
Roundtable: “Sustainability as a Service” for Customers
Date and Time TBD
How do you create value for, and from, your customers in your sustainability agenda?
Many organizations see their sustainability efforts through the lens of obligation: something they must do to meet evolving stakeholder expectations. This is often reflected in how programs are measured and managed. But looking through the lens of opportunity opens up new possibilities, both commercially and in terms of climate impact. This session explores ways to engage customers as part of your sustainability efforts, from how you position and communicate what you do through to helping customers pursue their sustainability goals and ambitions.