EARLY BIRD PASS UNTIL 4 SEPT

Our Global, Complex Food Supply Chains: Traceability, Transparency and Sustainability

Day 2 - 6th Oct | 15:50 - 16:40

Location: Sustainable Partnerships Theatre

Food & Nature

Overview

Food supply chains are complex and include different level actors and food types, from production, processing, wholesale to retail. Adding to the complexity are the challenges of a growing population, global conflicts, climate change and declining natural resources. Increased supply chain traceability and transparency therefore not only allow businesses to align with changing customer values, but also minimise the risks that their supply chains are contributing to environmental degradation or social ills.

Learnings

  • How have the pandemic and global conflicts revealed weaknesses in our food supply chain?
  • What role does technology play in improving traceability and transparency of the F&B supply chain systems, boosting productivity, accessibility and affordability, reducing waste and protecting biodiversity?
  • How do industry players envision the food supply chains of the future?

Post Event Actions

  • Gain insights on how technology is being developed and adopted to improve traceability, efficiency, control and reduce waste throughout the food supply chain.
  • Rethink how different players in the food supply chain are making connections for sustainable practices and shaping a viable food supply chain for the future.

Speakers

MODERATOR

Ir Dr. Shelley Zhou

APAC ESG Lead, Capco

Adjunct Associate Professor, HKUST

Ir Dr. Shelley Zhou

APAC ESG Lead, Capco

Adjunct Associate Professor, HKUST

Ir Dr Zhou, a dedicated sustainability professional, has over 18 years’ experience in corporate sustainability, environmental and carbon management consultancy, new energy and biotechnology in Hong Kong, China and Singapore. Shelley holds a PhD in Environmental Engineering from the National University of Singapore. Shelley opened a carbon management course in 2010 and currently is the Adjunct Associate Professor at HKUST.

Gabriel Amouyal

Audit Services Director

QIMA

Gabriel Amouyal

Audit Services Director

QIMA

As an industrial engineer, Gabriel started his career as a Quality and Environmental Management Systems auditor in Asia. Being passionate about CSR, he is now responsible for the Global Audit Activities for QIMA, and act as an advisor to global leading brands and retailers in setting up and implementing their ESG and Supply Chain Due Diligence strategies.

My Sustainability Goals for 2022:

I would like to see changes in ending poverty, developing quality education, continuing to focus on combatting climate change and encouraging sustainable consumption while prioritizing our community’s health and wellbeing.

Oscar Hui

Head of Strategy, Investment & Financing

SmartMore Corporation Limited

Oscar Hui

Head of Strategy, Investment & Financing

SmartMore Corporation Limited

Bachelor of Business Administration from the Chinese University of Hong Kong and CFA. Mr. Oscar has more than ten years of capital market experience. He is an early member of SmartMore. He is responsible for the strategic cooperation and KA business of SmartMore, leading multiple rounds of financing of SmartMore, and established the strategic investment sector of SmartMore.

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