Momentum for the 5th Responsible Business Forum 2016, co-organised with the United Nations Development Programme, has been rapidly building, with more and more companies looking to integrate the SDGs into their business. There is a long way to go however and much is at stake.
As the first major Asia Pacific event to focus on business and Agenda 2030, RBF 2016 will provide insights to the many win-win opportunities for multi-stakeholder collaboration to deliver the global goals. With opening addresses by Lawrence Wong, Singapore’s Minister for National Development and Bambang Brodjonegoro, Minister for National Development and Planning, Indonesia, this year’s Forum is the most ambitious to date, with over 100 speakers, and more than 500 delegates attending from across the globe.
Leading global brands and companies will present their business case for SDG integration including GlaxoSmithKline, Coca-Cola, Unilever, Huawei, Herbalife Nutrition, ANZ Bank, Sodexo, Interface, Autodesk, City Developments Limited, KKR, Dow Chemical, Ericsson, ING Bank, Amcor, APRIL Group, DSM, Singtel, Syngenta, Microsoft and Facebook among many others.
For the many companies finding it difficult to integrate the SDGs into their business, this forum will help give a clear understanding of the opportunities available in supporting governments to achieve these goals.
The 5th Responsible Business Forum on Sustainable Development will be held in Marina Bay Sands, Singapore, 22 – 24 November 2016. This year’s forum, the largest to date, will help companies better understand the UN Sustainable Development Goals and the opportunities in supporting governments to achieve them.
For more information and registration: http://bit.ly/RBFSingapore2016