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SUSTAINABILITY FOR BUSINESS FORUM

EVENT FOUNDER DESIGNER AND ORGANIZER

As co-chair of the Multi-Chamber Sustainability Committee in Thailand, GBCE is  the creator, lead designer and organizer of the Sustainability for Business Forum in Bangkok where over 200 participants gather yearly to get inspired and empowered to create business value with practical solutions driven by environmental, social and economic performance.

The event, today in its third edition is supported by the government and remains the only business event in Bangkok dedicated to integrating sustainability in business organizations, infrastructure and operations.

Through this event, we aim to raise awareness on the financial, staff attractivity and brand value of sustainability and showcase businesses which have leveraged from it in order to engage other businesses in delivering products and services to their customers while managing their impact on the planet and society.

Sustainability for Business Forum 2018

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Sustainability for Business Forum 2018

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Sustainability for Business Forum 2018

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Sustainability for Business Forum 2018

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WHAT TO EXPECT?

Our inspiring corporate executives, business practitioners and service providers will bring up-to-date insights, bold ideas, innovations, business solutions and applications of the latest sustainable trends.

 

Our speakers and moderators will be connecting big ideas to engage your employees, improve your company’s reputation and increase the profitability of your business.

SHARE IDEAS
DISCUSS REPLICABLE ACTIONS
NETWORK WITH EXPERTS

SBF20 for a Green Recovery

Every year, we aim to deliver content which is timely, responds to local and global challenges, showcases innovative solutions and is actionable here and now. This year will be no different and will address the challenges we are facing in these unprecedented times. We could not talk about sustainability without talking about the covid crisis. Firstly because the two are deeply intertwined as we realize that the health of our environment is a prerequisite to ours and that our economic systems depend on human welfare. And secondly because while the economic world has been put at a stop, our environmental and social distress have not been on lockdown, quite the contrary. It is now more crucial than ever to think of our businesses within our ecological limits and in respect of human life in an aim to foster their resiliency long term. The idea that businesses should have a meaningful purpose and positively contribute to society is being brought forward at all levels of governance and operations and across industries which begs the question: what should be businesses' role in the common public good.