A session from the 2019 Transform Summit

For most companies, their greatest risks and impacts lie within their supply chains. To truly address areas such as: GHG emissions, Human Rights violations and Water usage companies need to work with a whole host of partners and understand the full origins of inputs. Integrate data-driven systems that deliver accurate metrics and oversight that ensures your company can make the right decisions to tackle climate action and human rights risks. Hear from businesses on how they are driving large-scale change in partnership with industry associations, NGOs, competitors and Governments.


Christian Galichon, Purchasing Director, LVMH

Madeleine Brasser, Advisor Inclusive Value Chains, Oxfam 

Matthias Gramolla, Head of Procurement Responsibility and Sustainability - PG, Airbus

Mark Wong, Head of Downstream Sustainability, Sime Darby Plantation Berhad

Emma Harbour, Head of Global Advocacy, Rainforest Alliance 

Bryan Yates, Director of Slaes and general Manager EMEA, Orbital Insight 


Koen Boone, Director Europe, The Sustainability Consortium 

Transform 2019

October 2019, Amsterdam

NEW for 2019, we’ve rebranded our Supply Chain event under the banner TRANSFORM to reflect the shift in thinking that is required. Companies must undertake a transformative approach to their whole value chain to address the challenges we face. 250+ CEOs, heads of business, investors and NGOs and address the increasing overlap and opportunities found up and down a company’s value chain

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