Wednesday 26 April 2017 | Melbourne
The program for the 2017 Shared Value Forum will be announced in the coming months. In the meantime, view the program from the most recent forum below.
Wednesday 13 April 2016
International shared value thought leader Mark Kramer provides a global update with a focus on the role of companies in systems change.
Mark Kramer / Co-founder and Managing Director, FSG
Lion’s Goodness Project is innovating and reformulating products across its dairy and drinks portfolio to leverage their natural goodness. The project is expected to remove significant levels of sugar and fat from the Australian food supply in the coming year.
Stuart Irvine / CEO, Lion
Sasha Courville / Head of Corporate Responsibility Strategy, NAB
Cassian Drew / Director, ANZ & Pacific Region, Consulting, Palladium
Jacki Johnson / Group Executive, People, Performance & Reputation, IAG
Richard Rogers / Senior Program Officer, Agricultural Development Program, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Moderated by Joanne Gray / Editor, AFR Boss
The Clinton Giustra Enterprise Partnership (CGEP) share their innovative approach to achieving poverty alleviation at scale. Starting and scaling enterprises that bring people from low-income communities into the supply chains and distribution networks of large corporations. CGEP boost productivity and provide sustainable access to markets and livelihoods.
James Jenkin / COO, Clinton Guistra Enterprise Partnership
Ramana James, IAG and Ben Peacock, Republic of Everyone lead an interactive lab session to develop solutions for business to partner with government and community organisations to help tackle some of the most challenging social issues.
Four UN Sustainable Development Goals will be explored based on your votes:
Sustainable cities and communities
Responsible consumption and production
Ramana James / Head of Group Shared Value, IAG
Ben Peacock / Founder, Republic of Everyone
Launched in 2015, Essentials by AAI is an innovative insurance product tailored to the needs of people on low incomes in Australia. The product was developed by the Suncorp Group and not-for-profit organisation Good Shepherd Microfinance.
Annabelle Butler / Manager Affordability, Suncorp Group