Where: The Fullerton Hotel, Singapore
When: Wednesday, November 9, 2016
The SharingValueAsia Summit, developed by the PublicAffairsAsia network, is a unique process-focussed event built to develop new relationships between business, civil society, government and the informed consumer.
2016 Sponsors Include:
Now in its fourth year the summit is widely recognized as the leading business-led event of its kind in the region: focussing on open debate and discussion about how to develop long-term tri-sector relationships which both meet business needs and drive social economic and environmental advance.
This year the summit focuses on the vital role corporate innovation, new technology and disruptive industries can play in addressing social, economic and environmental need. Whether they are introducing new product streams, working to remove harmful engine emissions, developing e-health initiatives or embracing new and disruptive technologies, companies are seeking to meet society’s broad range of needs in a sustainable and profitable way.
New Ways To Travel: Uber’s Asian Innovation Strategy
Warren Tseng, General Manager, Uber in Singapore
Prior to joining Uber, Warren Tseng was trader with Credit Suisse Investment Bank based in Hong Kong and Taipei. He started his career in the Venture Capital industry investing in early stage technology start-up companies. Warren holds an MBA from MIT Sloan and engineering degrees from UCLA and UC San Diego.
CONFIRMED SPEAKERS INCLUDE:
• Dr Matt Peloso, Founder and CEO, Sun Electric
• Clair Deevy, Head of Economic Growth Initiatives, APAC, Facebook
• Bronwyn Williams, Head of Account Management, Save the Children UK
• Daiana Beitler, Regional Director, Asia, Microsoft Philanthropies
• Deevya Desai, Regional Policy and Research Manager, GrabTaxi
• Rachel Catanach, President, & Senior Partner, Greater China, FleishmanHillard
• Brice Richard, Director – Smart City & Business Development, Samsung SDS, Asia Pacific
• Jeff Paine, Managing Director, PS-engage
• Caroline McLaughlin, Head of Partnerships, AVPN
• Shweta Shukla, Director Communications & Government Affairs – Asia Pacific, Kimberly-Clark
• Raymond Francis, Director of Communications Asia Pacific, GSK
• Christy Davis, Regional Director for Partnerships Development, World Vision
• Kelvin Cheung, COO, The Good Lab, Hong Kong
• Joseph Scaria, Director for Resource Development, Asia-Pacific, Habitat for Humanity
• Prasoon Kumar, Founder and CEO, billionBRICKS
• Pablo Lagarcha, Vice President, Public Affairs & Communications Asia Pacific,The Coca-Cola Company
• Tran Thi Thu Hien, Resource Mobilization Manager, Action Aid Vietnam
• Dr. Scott Valentine, Associate Professor, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore
• Gregory Skowronski, Director for Housing Microfinance and Market Development, Asia-Pacific,Habitat for Humanity
• Duke Malan, Vice President, FleishmanHillard Hong Kong
• Stav Zotalis, Country Director, CARE Myanmar
• Paul Buckley, Field Operations Coordinator at UNIAP, UNDP
• Angela Ng, Director of Strategic Planning and Finance, Shujog and IIX
• Matt Kovac, Executive Director, Food Industry Asia
• Steve Okun, Director of Public Affairs, KKR
• Jenny Costelloe, Director of Country Partnerships, Grow Asia
• Sriven Nadu, Director of Strategic Planning, Singapore Management University
• Tim Bishop, Head of Partnerships, CARE International
• Hans Vriens, Founder and Managing Partner, Vriens and Partners
• Kate Hayes, Corporate Affairs Manager, Syngenta
• Thomas Milburn, Senior Consultant, Corporate Citizenship
The full-day event will focus on how innovation, by long-established companies and new corporate “kids on the block”, can address some of society’s biggest needs and solve some of the largest problems we face today.
Sponsored by Syngenta, we will extend the networking and interaction by hosting two hours of pop-up “innovation stations” around the event venue, where corporations, NGOs and multilateral groups can pitch ideas, report back on existing programmes, and seek insight from other participants. To apply to host an innovation station (there is no fee) please email email@example.com.
Our other lead sponsors this year are VISA, FleishmanHillard and Food Industry Asia, with partners including CARE International, Action Aid and Save The Children.
Early Bird seats are now on sale at the special rate of US$495 (not-profit and government) and US$695 (corporate) – until September 9, 2016
Contact Mark O’Brien for details on table sponsorship, and the last remaining sponsorship opportunities.