Beyond Business As Usual: Systemic Risk and Opportunity

Following the successful Limits of Growth events in Shanghai, Hong Kong, and Singapore, the Beyond Business as Usual series will look at how firms are practically tackling the strategic issues of sustainability and then recalibrating their models.

It is a process that may start off with philanthropy, efficiency, and offsets, but one that needs to quickly needs to move towards strategic actions that look the length of their value chain, identify areas of risk and opportunity, and catalyze action.  Action that will are focused on improving  product, people, and processes in a way that insulate firms from the from external shocks, and improve competitiveness, when surpassed limits to growth lead to crisis.

Held in partnership with our sponsors, EATON and Haworth, we invite you to join us at events  held in Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Singapore, where we will bring global leaders, local entrepreneurs, and policy makers to the stage to share the actions they are taking to reduce their risk and increase their opportunity as business leaders.

They will be evenings filled with case studies, and examples of how proactive leadership is working to rein in risk, identify opportunities, and find a more sustainable model, and we hope that you will join us.

So, please take the time to check the schedule of events below and join us for what promises to be an evening of interesting discussion, networking, and the transfer of knowledge. So that when you return to your home or office, you are able to take your own steps towards reducing your risks, or increasing your opportunities, for when the Limits of Growth are reached.

Confirmed Speakers include:     

Shanghai     Hong Kong Singapore
Frank Rexach, Glenn Frommer, Mario Van Der Mulen
Asia Pacific EMEA Vice President & General Manager, Haworth Chief Sustainable Development Manager, MTR LDK
Jeni Senyang, Iolanda Meehan,
Founder of Eco & More (Confirmed) Director of Strategic Services, Hawort

November 26, 2013 – Shanghai
December 3, 2013 – Hong Kong
December 5, 2013 – Singapore



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