Special COP26 ‘Face-2-Face’ event: What does sustainability mean for my business now?
At this special COP26 seminar, we’ll hear from a cross section of supply chain industry leaders on how different organisations are implementing ‘Environmental, Social and Governance’ (ESG) changes designed to have a positive impact on ethical and sustainability challenges faced by every business globally.
We’ll get unique insight into not only the challenges faced but also the opportunities that ESG brings, from a happier and more productive workforce, to greater access to funds and investment, and ‘first mover advantage’ in response to the climate emergency we are all facing and about which the COP26 Conference is all about.
Held at the International Maritime Hub at the City of Glasgow College, this hybrid and fully interactive forum is part of the long established Mersey Maritime ‘Face-2-Face’ series and will be chaired by CEO of Mersey Maritime and Assistant Chair of Maritime UK, Chris Shirling-Rooke in partnership with the Scottish Maritime Cluster.
Tuesday 2nd November 2021
International Maritime Hub at the City of Glasgow College, Riverside Campus, 21 Thistle Street, Glasgow G5 9XB
08:30 Arrival, networking, refreshments available
09:00 Event presentations and discussion
11:00 Networking, refreshments
11:30 Event closes
Delivered in-person and hybrid. Room for 100 delegates, theatre style.
- Nigel Quinn – CEO, Bibby Marine
- Richard Burnett – CEO, Road Haulage Association
- Ed Watt – Maritime Partner, Addleshaw Goddard LLP
- Kevin Hobbs – CEO, Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd (CMAL)
- Kevin Smith – Founder and CTO, Maritime Digital Hub
- Ruth Wood – Head of Commercial, Mersey Maritime
- Jodie Battson – Head of Partnerships, Western Union Business Solutions