Here’s how to start making greener choices for your business, says 3 Irish sustainability leaders
03rd Nov 2021
Want to make greener choices for your business? Join our final IMAGE x PwC Business Series event, where we sit down with three Irish business leaders to discuss finding the best sustainable strategy.
As the clock ticks louder and faster, the conversation around our environment, sustainability and corporate responsibility becomes more urgent and necessary.
Our fourth and final event in 2021’s IMAGE Business Series, in partnership with PwC, will focus on what has become one of the most critical topics across all sectors of business and industry – one which rests strongly on our shoulders.
Join us on Thursday, November 18 at 3pm for a vital virtual panel discussion on sustainability, where we identify the most pressing issues in ensuring our businesses are as sustainable, efficient and accountable as possible.
Our panel includes three leaders in sutainability – Tracy O’Rourke, CEO & Founder of Vivid Edge, Pat Kane, Founder of Reuzi, and David McGee, PwC ESG Leader and Markets Strategy Partner, and will be moderated by IMAGE contributing editor, Melanie Morris.
Sharing their insights, experiences and professional expertise, our panelists will:
- Define the key areas of Environmental Social Governance (ESG) and its pan-divisional relevance to our business world
- Share their experiences of bringing sustainability to the fore, with case studies and examples
- Examine key areas of accountability that will be centre-focus in 2022 and how we can address them
- Help bring the conversation to the boardroom agenda
As we look to a new year with fresh starts across so many business functions, this event will help set the tone for conversations and actions around a topic that will be all our responsibilities.
WHEN: Thursday, November 18 at 3pm
WHERE: From the comfort and safety of your own home or office
HOW TO ACCESS: Register below to secure your ticket. All registered attendees will receive a link to access just before 3pm.