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2018 SSE Montage

 

Global Compact Network Singapore (GCNS) successfully organised the 2018 Sustainable Solutions Expo (SSE) on 5 and 6 June 2018.

The purpose of the SSE, the first of its kind in Asia, was to provide a platform for showcasing innovative solutions which shape the sustainable development of the region. The larger vision is to facilitate the scaling of such solutions to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030. In this regard, the SSE, provided a fresh lens in promoting sustainability through an inclusive and collaborative approach, bringing together investors and other relevant stakeholders through targeted pitching sessions, thematic tours and interactive plenary discussions.

There was a total of 43 Exhibitors at the SSE, centred around the three themes of Circular Economy, Connectivity and Food and Agriculture, and comprising 34 small and medium enterprises (SMEs), 8 large companies and 1 research institute. The full list of exhibitors can be found here.

To engage visitors and other stakeholders, the SSE included five plenary sessions, two fundraising pitching sessions and six guided tours. Over the two days, the SSE attracted around 1500 trade visitors, with nearly 400 attending the plenary sessions.

The SSE was held in collaboration with Temasek's Ecosperity and Stewardship Asia Centre. GCNS extends its sincere thanks to them, and all strategic partners, programme partners and supporting organisations for making the event the success that it was. The full list of partner organisations can be found here.


Though the offence of corruption is broad in scope, Singapore rose to the 7th position on Transparency International's Corruption Perception Index in 2017. This is mainly attributed to the Prevention of Corruption Act, which is the main anti-corruption legislation in Singapore that allows the CPIB extensive power to investigate corruption.

However, this is not to say that there are no instances of corruption in Singapore. How can business-to-business corruption be minimised for businesses to be sustainable?

In this Thought Leadership, we will hear from distinguished speakers on the topics of stewardship in business and taking an integrated approach to anti-corruption policies to realise one of the Ten United Nations Global Compact's Principles on how "businesses should work against corruption in all its forms."

This event is complimentary for Gold Donors, Corporate members, Institutional members and Associate members of GCNS.
Ticket price for non-GCNS members: $50.00

Date: Wednesday, 27 June 2018

Time: 3:00pm - 4:30pm (Registration at 2:00pm)

Venue: SBF Center

Click here to register! 

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