The AMS Sustainable Transformation Groups welcome all organizations working towards a circular or wellbeing economy to join us in signing the Good Work Goals and/or the Circular Economy Commitment.
About this Event
The AMS Sustainable Transformation Groups are an initiative of the AMS Chair in Sustainable Transformation, which is supported by BASF, Port of Antwerp and Randstad Belgium. Our vision is to facilitate the best learning-to-action networks in Belgium for companies striving to advance the wellbeing and circular economies.
We welcome all organizations working towards a circular or wellbeing economy to join us in signing the Good Work Goals and/or the Circular Economy Commitment. Together, we want to lead to a new normal, where collaboration for tackling complex challenges is key. The AMS Sustainable Transformation Groups are a positive, proactive way to show that you are willing and able to imagine a better way for a post-Corona world.
We do this by:
- Building the leading coalition of organisations in Belgium and beyond that are committed to the wellbeing economy and/or circular economy, based on our network of Good Work Goals and Circular Economy Commitment Signatories.
- Supporting Signatories through access to a Learning Network creating opportunities for peer-to-peer sharing, while ensuring accountability with a light-touch annual reporting requirement and 4 yearly deep-dives.
14.00-14.05: Opening by AMS Dean Steven De Haes
14.05-14.15: Short keynote/introduction to the subjects by Wayne
14.15-14.40: Circular Economy panel with AMS Sustainable Transformation Group CEOs: Jacques Vandermeiren (Port of Antwerp), Jan Remeysen (BASF), Arnaud Feist (Brussels Airport) and Inge Nuyens (Dox).
14.40-15.05: Wellbeing Economy panel with AMS Sustainable Transformation Group
CEOs Eddy Annys (Randstad Belgium), Sonja Willems (Janssen Benelux) and Bob Verbeeck (Golazo).
15.05-15.25: Topical breakout sessions with Port of Antwerp, BASF, Brussels Airport, Dox,
Randstad Belgium, Janssen Benelux, Golazo and AXA Belgium.
15.25-15.30: Official signing of the Good Work Goals and the Circular Economy
Date: 24 March 2021
Time: 14:00 - 15:45
This event is free of charge and will take place online. Registration is mandatory to get the link to join.
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