Delivering Impact with Scale: The 2015 SharingValueAsia Summit

PublicAffairsAsia will next week announce the agenda for the 2015 SharingValueAsia Summit.

The summit, entitled ‘Delivering Impact with Scale,’ will convene 200 senior delegates from government, the private sector and civil society. Confirmed sponsors this year include KKR, HP, FleishmanHillard and World Vision.

Central to this year’s summit will be a robust analysis of the benefits of using shared value models to both cement long term business growth in place and at the same time tackle some of the most intractable social, environmental and economic problems.

Delegates will learn from those who are at the cutting-edge of the creation of shared value models, and breakout workshops will drill down on the critical barriers and opportunities confronting business, government and the not-for-profit sector.

Building on questions emerging from last year’s summit, delegates will examine how to map common strategic frameworks, deliver programmes with qualified metrics and examine the strengths and weaknesses of initiatives founded on approaches ranging from CSR, public-private partnership to the Creation of Shared Value.

The summit will also examine the challenges emerging in the legislative and regulatory arenas, with Dr Bhaskar Chatterjee, DG & CEO of the Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs and author of India’s globally unprecedented CSR legislation delivering a keynote on the role of government in driving change.

Since its inception. SharingValueAsia has focused on knowledge sharing and advocacy: becoming a central platform for corporate-led discussion about the power which can be harnessed when corporations, NGOs and government work together in pursuit of shared value principles.

In the course of developing this year’s summit, SharingValueAsia has formalised its strcuture with the creation of two advisory bodies composed of professionals across the private, public and not-for-profit sectors.

The nine-member SharingValueAsia 2015 Steering Group that has been integral to the development of this year’s summit agenda includes:

  • Richard Andrew, Senior Director, Landmark Asia
  • Joshua Blumenfeld, Managing Director, Global Policy and Advocacy, Malaria No More
  • Layton Croft, formerly Peabody Coaltrade Asia Private Ltd.
  • Farah Kabir, Country Director, ActionAid Bangladesh
  • Dr Feisul Idswan Mustapha, Public Health Specialist, Ministry of Health, Malaysia
  • Gillian Pearl, Principal Consultant, Managing Director, Pearl Consulting Services
  • Jonathan Sanchez, Co-Founder, STAND Limited
  • Marianne Smallwood, Regional Partnership Builder, USAID
  • Amit Vatsyayan, Regional Manager- Economic Empowerment, Oxfam GB Asia

In parallel, SharingValueAsia has created a seven-member Founding Members’ Advisory Group, composed of the major organisations who have shaped the SharingValueAsia programme since its inception in 2012.

This group serves in an on-going capacity to track emerging trends and identify leading edge approaches to shared value and partnership. Members of this group include:

  • Tim Bishop, Head of Private Sector Engagement, CARE International
  • Penny Burtt, Vice President, Government Affairs, Asia Pacific, Visa Worldwide Pte Ltd
  • Rachel Catanach, Regional President, Asia Pacific, FleishmanHillard
  • Elizabeth Hernandez, Vice President of Corporate Affairs, HP
  • Steve Okun, Director of Public Affairs, KKR Asia
  • Bev Postma, Executive Director, Food Industry Asia
  • Ruby Shang, Senior Advisor, The Clinton Foundation

The 2015 SharingValueAsia Summit will be held at the Fullerton Hotel, Singapore on October 1.

Hosting an interactive series of executive-level plenary discussions and six individual workshops, this third SharingValueAsia Summit examines how to deliver impactful, scaleable Shared Value and Partnership programmes designed for leaders in the business, government and not-for profit sectors.

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