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Building Regenerative Businesses with SAP Responsible Design and Production

9 February 2022

2:00 p.m.–5:15 p.m. GMT | 3:00 p.m.–6:15 p.m. CET | 9:00 a.m.–12:15 p.m. EST | Virtual

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SAP is committed to building regenerative business in a circular economy together with customers, NGOs and partners. In this session, understand how we plan to deliver on this mission and actions we are taking in 2022 to help business eliminate waste whilst tackling packaging regulations and plastic taxes with SAP Responsible Design and Production.

 

David Kester (DK&A Associates), EJ Kenney, Jim Sullivan and Stephen Jamieson (SAP)

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Each year the extraction and production of materials account for more than 90% of global biodiversity loss and around half of global greenhouse gas emissions. Holistic systems change is needed to address these challenges and deliver a regenerative future. In this session we'll discuss what a regenerative future might look like and the steps business can take to make this happen.

 

Mike Barry (Mikebarryeco), Soukeyna Gueye (Ellen MacArthur Foundation), Michael Ofosuhene-Wise (Business for Nature), Wesley Spindler (Accenture)

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Society is putting increasing pressure on business to eliminate waste. The business ecosystem has mobilised and is responding with ambitious commitments. In this session we'll learn how business is responding to new policy measures for packaging and how they are embedding circularity into core business processes.

 

Harris Fogel (SAP), Jochen Hertlein (Nestlé), Aline Casagrande (AB InBev), Keith James (WRAP)

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To tackle a growing plastic pollution crisis, a global response has mobilised through private and public sector action. In this session we'll explore the breakthrough collaborations that are supporting the elimination and recovery of plastic waste and how together we can accelerate the system change needed.

 

Darren West (SAP), Roisin Greene (World Economic Forum), Yoni Shiran (SYSTEMIQ)

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If we want to create system change and accelerate the transition to a circular economy, we need to know what's happening across global supply chains enabled by the right data. Global action depends on focused investments and interventions. In this session we'll explore cutting edge innovations that support full circle transparency and better decision making.

 

Natasha Pergl (SAP), Mike Groves (Topolytics), Holger Rubel (BCG)

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2022 will see the introduction of new plastic taxes across Europe. In this session we'll discuss how business can keep ahead of a complex regulatory landscape and how SAP Responsible Design and Production can help your business respond.

 

Stephen Jamieson and Uwe Kuersten (SAP), Andrew Bradford (EY)

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