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Europe and Africa Webinar
Wednesday, 6 June 2018 | 11:00 am - 12:00 pm CEST (Central European Summer Time)

Join us to discover how this study can inform business efforts to mainstream sustainable consumption.
The findings are relevant and instructive for sustainability, marketing, and communications professionals from the packaging and paper, furniture, construction, and retail sectors.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  1.  How to locate and appeal to ‘predisposed’ consumers;
  2. The most motivating messages to effectively tap into consumer demand globally and locally; and
  3. How partnerships can help to overcome the persistent trust gap facing companies.

This webinar is intended for the Europe and Africa regions. Register for your region-specific webinar here.

Speakers

GlobeScan

Abbie Curtis, Associate Director

Abbie is a strategic advisor and researcher, with a particular focus on sustainability. Abbie thrives in helping organisations understand their purpose in society and achieve leadership positions by listening and engaging with external stakeholders. Abbie’s recent clients range from recognised sustainability leaders such as IKEA, M&S and Unilever, to not-for-profits, particularly certification organisations including Fairtrade International, the Forest Stewardship Council and the Marine Stewardship Council, among many others. Prior to joining GlobeScan’s London office in 2013, Abbie worked in sustainability research and consulting. She holds an LLB (Hons) in Law and an MSc in Business & Community.

Sofidel S.p.A.

Philippe Defacqz, Line of Business Director - Consumer Brand

Philippe is a professional with 25 years of experience in the world of consumer goods, and passionate about building strong brands and advancing customer development. His expertise includes innovation management, brand building, customer relationship, value creation and people fulfillment. He joined Sofidel in 2013, and has held his current position since 2017.

Tetra Pak

Agripa Munyai, Environment Manager, Tetra Pak

Agripa Munyai is the Environment Manager for the Tetra Pak Southern Africa market-based in Johannesburg. He is responsible for driving sustainability at Tetra Pak South Africa. Among other things he is responsible for advancing Tetra Pak’s environmental credentials, contributing in the development of sustainable products and increasing recycling of used beverage cartons.
Agripa joined Tetra Pak in February 2016 after working in the PET polymer recycling industry for three years. He holds a degree in Environmental Studies and a Postgraduate Degree in Sustainable Development both from Stellenbosch University.

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FSC International

Jeremy Harrison, Market Development Director

Jeremy is FSC’s Chief Marketing Officer and Market Development Director. Before joining FSC in 2017, Jeremy worked with Syngenta for six years as Head of Business Development & Planning, on global market development, focusing on crop solutions for smallholder farmers in developing markets.
Jeremy launched his career with marketing roles at Diageo in Asia. He then led the UK marketing programme for Gillette’s oral care business, followed by strategy consulting at Booz Allen Hamilton in Europe. He then joined Maxxium in senior marketing and business development roles, including four years in Shanghai, China.
Jeremy holds an MBA, a Master’s degree in Sustainability Leadership, and a Bachelor’s degree in Ecology.

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