A Sustainable Supply Chain

A Sustainable Supply Chain

A Sustainable Supply Chain

Sustainable business is becoming more prevalent as a new generation thinks in terms of purpose and its impact on the planet. Learn how thinking sustainably can help you to build your brand and reputation, reduce environmental impacts and costs, and win business.

Join us at “A Sustainable Supply Chain” seminar in Auckland where business leaders will share their sustainability journey, and progress with meeting their sustainability goals. This event is an opportunity for you to engage in dialogue with experts, organisations and industry players who are working with innovative approaches and solutions that have been tried and tested.

Hear from keynote speaker Lyn Mayes, of The Packaging Forum on the importance of a sustainable supply chain, and two panels covering both the social and environmental sides of sustainability.

Event programme:




Welcome from MC:

Brett O’Riley – CEO, Employers & Manufacturers Association


Keynote speaker:

Lyn Mayes – Sustainability Advisor to the Food & Grocery Council, and Director of Mad World Ltd

The importance of a sustainable supply chain (social and economic), covering brand, reputation benefits, and risk management.


MC introduces Panel One


Panel One: Circular economy (the environmental side of sustainability).

Moderator: Alexandra Allan – CEO, Food Innovation Network


– Grant Robinson – General Manager, Ecoware Ltd

– Debbie O’Byrne – Circular Economy Strategy Advisor

– Regan Burke – Managing Director, CivilShare Limited

– Tom Kelly – Environmental Initiatives Manager, The Warehouse Group

Each panellist provides 10mins overview of their perspective, followed by Q&A.


Break for networking and a ‘low carbon light lunch’


MC introduces Panel Two


Panel Two: Caring for people (social side of sustainability).

Moderator: Kate van Praagh – Sustainability Lead, Westpac New Zealand Ltd


– Rachel Brown ONZM – CEO, Sustainable Business Network

– Mike Murphy – Managing Director, Kōkako Organic Coffee Roasters

– Jamie Sinclair – CEO, Ngāti Whātua Ōrakei Trust

– Chris Morrison – Co-founder, All Good / Karma Cola

Each panellist provides 10mins overview of their perspectives, followed by Q&A


MC thanks speakers and closes event

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