A Sustainable Supply Chain: The Role of SMEs

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To bring wider awareness of the sustainability decisions facing SMEs and how to prepare for risks and opportunities.

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The "A Sustainable Supply Chain: The Role of SMEs" workshop aims to bring wider awareness of the sustainability decisions facing SMEs and how to prepare for risks and opportunities

Workshop Details

Date: 9 November 2021 (Tuesday)

Time: 2.00 pm - 4.00 pm

Location: Online (Access link will be sent to those who registered at a later date)

Cost: Free

Target audience: With a focus on SMEs - Heads of Sustainability, CFO, Risk Management

Lead Trainers

Margie Ong is the CEO of Thoughts In Gear, a Sustainability and Social Impact consulting firm. In striving for positive environmental and social impact from all sectors, her goal is to translate sustainability intentions into actions - with clear strategic frameworks, roadmaps and actionable plans.

Graduated an electrical engineer, Margie has Sustainability Leadership certification with the London Business School. Before founding TIG, she worked with The Boston Consulting Group, Intel, HCL and the CIMB Foundation.

TIG’s achievements include setting up South East Asia’s first Sustainability Accelerator, producing Asia’s Best Sustainability Strategy and Report, setting up South East Asia’s largest Collective Impact Initiative for education, producing a Harvard-commended SROI Analysis, and most recently producing a COVID-19 Vaccine Management Country Guide that has been used in countries around the world.

Tobias Mangelmann is the Managing Director of LASAJU Consulting Sdn Bhd a Malaysian consulting firm focused on transforming systems for a better and more sustainable future. LASAJU works closely with and for the private sector, policy makers and civil society to make economic systems more sustainable.

Tobias studied in Germany, France and the US and graduated with the German equivalent of a BSc and MBA. However, he has spent most of his professional life in Malaysia and Southeast Asia with McKinsey & Co. and Poyry Management Consulting before setting up a renewable energy company in the Philippines.

Key Highlights for the day

- Why ESG considerations are a must for SMEs today

- How are SMEs being evaluated in the market - key environmental, social and governance parameters? (emphasis on GHG emissions, waste management and fair labour)

- Relatable examples of how SMEs have successfully adopted sustainability

- 8-step methodology for adoption of sustainability by an SME

- Understanding Scopes 1, 2 and 3 - simplified GHG emission calculations, other key indicators for tracking

Training Organization

Capital Markets Malaysia (CMM) was established by the Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) and officially launched in 2014, to drive the local and global profiling of the Malaysian capital market as a multi-faceted ecosystem with a wide range of conventional and Islamic products, backed by a solid governance framework. CMM engages the various stakeholders in showcasing Malaysia’s capital market expertise – especially in the Islamic capital market and sustainable finance – to global investors, issuers, intermediaries and other market players.

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• Limited to one(1) seat only per organisation

• Limited to two(2) seats for UNGC/GC Network Member.

All workshop trainers, agenda, and organisations are subject to change

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