SharingValueAsia Summit 2015: Call for Sponsors


PublicAffairsAsia has announced the call for sponsors for The 2015 SharingValueAsia Summit taking place at The Fullerton Hotel on October 1, 2015.

Now in its fourth year, The SharingValueAsia Summit 2015 will bring together over 170 representatives from corporations, the not-for-profit sector and governmental groups to discover cutting edge approaches to collaborative programmes that drive business goals and meet societies’ wider economic and environmental needs.

SharingValueAsia is a platform to develop and showcase partnership and corporate-led solutions forged between business leaders, policymakers, NGOs and civil society. Supported by organisations including KKR, HP, FleishmanHillard, CARE International and Action Aid, this full-day conference breaks down the barriers to collaboration and presents the business case for creating programmes built on the principal of creating shared value.

Previous speakers have included:

Peter Ter Kulve EVP, South East Asia and Australasia, Unilever, Dr Noeleen Heyzer, Under-Secretary General, The United Nations, Gabi Zedlmayer, Vice President & Chief Progress Officer Corporate Affairs, Hewlett-Packard Company, Matthew Driver, President for Southeast Asia, MasterCard Inc., Josh Blumenfeld, Managing Director, Global Policy and Advocacy, Malaria No More, Marianne Smallwood, Regional Partnerships Builder, The U.S. Agency for International Development, Apurvi Sheth, Managing Director for SEA Emerging Markets and Joint Ventures, Diageo Plc.

The 2015 SharingValueAsia Summit takes place in Singapore on Thursday, October 1. Join us in helping to build dialogue, shape and encourage the collaborative agenda – and promote your corporate achievements – across Asia Pacific.

Becoming a conference sponsor profiles your citizenship, public-private partnership and shared value achievements to a wide ranging audience of corporate, government, not-for-profits – and “engaged consumers”.

Sponsor benefits include:

• Promoting and disseminating: Inform industry, government and civil society about your achievements.
• Connecting and networking: Engage with industry leaders from corporations, not-for-profits and government.
• Thought leadership: Be positioned as a thought leader in the fast-developing partnership and shared value arenas.
• Shaping and driving: Help shape the debate about partnership and citizenship – creating a culture of collaboration.

Sponsorship packages range from US$7,500 (breakout sponsor) to US$25,000 (lead sponsor)


For more on becoming a sponsor contact Mark O’Brien or click here to download the PDF briefing

Confirmed 2015 sponsors include:

Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. KKR  Living Progress – The Way We Do Business When Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard first set out to build HP, FleishmanHillard FleishmanHillard: Helping companies build partnerships Globally