Unilever confirmed that, five years in, it is on track to meet the vast majority of the targets within its Sustainable Living Plan (USLP), the company’s blueprint for achieving its vision to grow the
business, whilst decoupling environmental footprint from growth and increasing its positive social impact. Sustainability is helping to deliver more growth and lower costs, as well as less risk and more trust. As Unilever moves forward, they are creating opportunities to support their employees and deepen their knowledge and engagement of their sustainable growth agenda.
Yesterday, Unilever hosted a series of lunchtime panel discussions for their employees that will provide a forum to learn, discover and empower them on key USLP areas including sustainable agriculture, sustainable living brands and women’s empowerment.
The theme of the panel discussion was on USLP, the region and Singapore, which focused on what USLP means for Unilever's operations in the region and how USLP can contribute to their success. Our Executive Director, Mr Wilson Ang was invited as one of the panelists to share on major trends in sustainability. Unilever shared how USLP makes a difference to their business in Singapore and why it is so important that Unilever continues to take the lead.