GECA is proud to be a Supporting Partner of Supply Chain Innovation 2021, taking place from 26 to 28 May at The Langham Sydney.
On 27 May at 1:40 pm, GECA’s CEO, Michelle Thomas, will participate in the panel – Promoting and implementing sustainability initiatives in your supply chain. This panel will explore practical sustainable practices and how making small changes across your supply chain can lead to significant benefits, not only for the environment, community and stakeholders but in savings and productivity.
Michelle will be joined by Hayley Jarick, CEO at Supply Chain Sustainability School, David Hodge, Managing Director at Plastic Forests, Dr Phoebe Wynn-Pope, Head of Business and Human Rights at Corrs Chambers Westgarth, and Molly Harriss Olson, CEO at Fairtrade Australia and New Zealand.
Together, this panel of experts will discuss:
• How can small changes make a significant impact?
• How can supply chains get buy-in for sustainability?
• What are the costs of not embracing sustainability?
• How can supply chains cost-effectively embrace sustainability?
This will be Akolade’s 5th Annual Supply Chain Innovation Summit, featuring over 40 supply chain experts who will share their thought leadership on the ways they are building a future-fit supply chain.
We hope you can join us to hear practical case studies, participate in interactive workshops, see the latest technology solutions and enjoy networking – all under one roof! Register your place now and use the code GECA25 to receive a 25% discount on the standard conference rate.