Five reasons you should attend this year’s Shared Value Summit

As the most prominent purpose-led business event in the region, the 2020 Shared Value Summit Asia Pacific presents an invaluable opportunity to consider how we build long-term resilience as we emerge from COVID-19.

There has never been a more crucial moment for business to come together in enacting a share value approach and there are a few key reasons you should join us on June 10. The 2020 Shared Value Summit is not to be missed.

  1. Spark innovation

The 2020 Summit will explore the region’s response to crises from COVID-19 to Australia’s bushfires and droughts, which have exacerbated issues including mental health, climate change and inequality. Our Summit sessions are designed to spark creativity and equip you with tools to act; to fast-track the process of becoming more resilient, relevant and profitable. There’s no better time to be driving change within your organisation.

  1. Exposure to leading global practitioners and influencers

Headlined by Jeremy Heimans, named by The Guardian as one of the ten most influential voices on sustainability in the US and Co-Author of best-selling book New Power, our speakers include Fortune CEO Alan Murray, arguably the world’s most prolific business commentator and Martijn Wilder AM, the world’s leading climate lawyer.  Stay tuned for speaker updates on our Summit website.

  1. Connect

At a time when many of us are working from home, connecting as a community has never been more important. Collaboration is vital as we pursue long-term resilience and prosperity, and our webinar series following the main program will consider the key issues we can convene around as a sector. Every session will be topical, timely and recorded, making it easier than ever to partake in the urgent discussion.

  1. Learn from examples of best practice

Creating shared solutions to shared issues maximises the impact we have as a community. In each Summit session we will explore leading case studies, empowering you to take action and connect with leading practitioners. Climate change, agility, economic recovery and leadership are just some of the topics to be covered.

  1. Become an optimist

2020 has delivered some of the most challenging crises many of us have ever faced. Much of our encouragement and inspiration has come from communities banding together, and our hope is that the Summit will be no exception to this. Through addressing the pandemic and resurrecting conversations around climate change, the 2020 Summit is action-oriented; it will leave you with a sense of both urgency and optimism as we capitalise on this climate for change.