Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus to join international keynote speakers, thought leaders and CEOs on stage at Reuters Events' RBSUSA [October 27-29 online]

Director-General of the World Health Organization, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, will be joining The Responsible Business USA [Oct 27-29, online] as a keynote speaker, opening the first day of the conference.

The Responsible Business USA will convene 6,000+ global leaders, CEOs, CSOs, CFOs, heads of sustainability, ESG investment and communications peers for a three-day live virtual event focusing on rebuilding for a sustainable, just future.

We’re currently in the midst of three crises; health, inequality and climate. With a lack of national leadership, business must fill the void to rebuild the US and the world based on resilience, sustainability and equality. That’s why, in an increasingly divisive society, The Responsible Business USA [October 27-28] will tackle the environmental and social issues that will define a generation.

With Covid-19 continuing to rage across the world, it is more critical than ever to have Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus’s insight on the lessons being learnt from the coronavirus and the undeniable importance of a healthy planet for the health of its inhabitants and the economy.

WHO’s Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus will join on the global stage at The Responsible Business USA:

• President, Republic of Colombia
• President & CEO, PayPal
• Chairman, President & CEO, VF Corporation
• President & CEO, Hyatt
• CEO, Goodyear
• CEO & Executive Director, UN Global Compact
• Chief Economist, UN
• Chief Procurement and Sustainability Officer, AB InBev
• Chief Sustainability Officer, AT&T
• Chief Sustainability Officer, General Motors
• Managing Director, Head of Investment Stewardship – The Americas, BlackRock
• Global Head of ESG Portfolio Management, Goldman Sachs

The Responsible Business USA is the only comprehensive virtual event that is exploring the trends impacting North American and global sustainability professionals. It is unique to the market consisting of leaders from the sustainability community from CEOs, CSOs, investors and the summit’s executive C-suite audience.

Join The Responsible Business USA [October 27-29] to hear more from Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus and other leaders, as well as 40+ C-Level executives from companies like BlackRock, DESA, General Motors, AB InBev, Schroders, Apple, Nestlé and DSM.

There’s still time to sign up and join the discussions on business leading the new world order.

Sign up here to join us.

Reuters Events Sustainable Business’ mission is to help businesses around the globe do the right thing by their customers and the world. We believe this is not only how to ensure a future for all but makes good business sense. We serve CSR, compliance, risk and governance communities with topical and insightful business intelligence and meeting places.

We provide business intelligence to more than 3,000 multinational companies every year. Our customers are also NGOs, thinktanks, academia, governments and consultancies. We publish the leading responsible business magazine, website, and research reports. Our conferences are widely recognised as the best in the field.

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It’s not too late to discuss how your company can help support the event, shape workshop and breakout discussions and showcase leadership at the world’s leading sustainability event. Contact guy.kynaston@thomsonreuters.com for more information.

For the further details on attending and speaking, contact Ed Long at ed.long@thomsonreuters.com.

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