HCMC, 3 November 2022 – The ‘GBA Members for Members+’ participative workshop attracted around 40 members at the modern Sonatus Building. “Sustainability Matters” – It’s a Hot Topics of great Interest to the Business Communities, especially to Industry, and to Politics, GBA has successfully addressed “Sustainability” in an innovative, focused, new format.
Four brief Keynote-Presentations set the stage, provided a wealth of information and created the basis for valuable discussions and exchanges, across participants coming from a diverse range of business backgrounds – mostly from high-tech industries and selected service providers. The top quality “Impulse Presentations” offered a wealth of facts and insights to what leading firms are actually doing to embrace to “Sustainability as a Business Fundamental” – and how to finance the for sure more expensive long-term thinking / action.
The new format – roundtable discussions at the core of the event – was warmly received; of course, it took time for the participants to familiarize themselves with an active, participative role.
Several factors contributed to the success of this experiment: the quality of the Impulse Presentations by renowned business leaders and experts, the well-orchestrated and prepared event team, the venue itself, and especially the much-interested guests following our invitation.
Thank you all for making the “GBA Members for Members” workshop series of the year 2022 a tremendous success. Stay tuned with us for more informative workshops to come in 2023!
(1) Click here >>> for the presentation deck “The Bigger Picture – Why Sustainability Matters” by Mathias Kothe, Founder and Chairman of Syntegra Solar International AG.
(2) Click here >>> for the presentation deck “Embracing Sustainability – The Bosch Journey to CO2 Neutrality by 2020” by Tran Quang Hung, Head of HSE / Regional Sustainability and EHS Manager, ASEAN of Bosch Vietnam.
(3) Click here >>> for the presentation deck “Not because it’s easy, but because it’s hard: Sustainability as the new Normal – Challenges and Solutions at the example of Heavy Industries”, by Lukas Schoeneck, CEO of ThyssenKrupp.
(4) Click here >>> for the presentation deck “Financing renewable energy projects in Vietnam”, by Ludger Roecken, Head of Infrastructure & Energy / Project Finance – Asia, Europe, Middle East of KfW-DEG.