PANEL DISCUSSION

Reimagine Tomorrow: Sustainability for companies

Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) efforts are more important than ever in today's businesses. Companies that are committed to ESG are better positioned to attract and retain top talent, reduce their environmental impact, and boost their profits. Join us for a panel discussion on how companies can reimagine their future and become more sustainable.

FEATURING

Vinesh Sinha

Fathopes

Trailblazing the country’s environmentally-safe biofuel industry in the recent decade, Vinesh Sinha is a conducive Sustainable Technopreneur focusing on moulding prerequisite strategic and synergistic alliances to bring FatHopes Energy into the vanguard of the local and global biofuel feedstock. Vinesh Sinha has graduated from Harvard Business School, Owner/President Management Program which was completed in 2021 with the goal to alleviate FatHopes Energy’s agenda and leadership. To this day, Vinesh Sinha has earned multiple awards and recognitions including Forbes 30 under 30 Honouree, Golden Bull Award: Outstanding SME, and Top 100 Most Influential Young Entrepreneurs to name a few. The company, through Vinesh Sinha’s leadership, has contributed to the significant reduction of carbon emissions and is looking forward to being more deeply devoted to improving the environment.

sarah kedah

Kloth

Sarah is a Fellow of the Certified Chartered Accountants and a member of the Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA). After living in Dublin, Ireland for almost 8 years, she returned to Malaysia where she worked for four years at a government-linked company in Kuala Lumpur. Following that, she and her best friend, Nik Suzy Hassan, co-founded Kloth in 2013.

Kloth has since expanded to include brands such as Kloth Cares, Kloth Woman Up, Kloth Textile, Kloth Wear and Crush-It by Kloth Cares, all with the basic goal of accelerating the textiles, clothing and plastics circular economy in Malaysia, Singapore and beyond.

Niko Wieland

Chief of Communication, UNICEF Malaysia

Niko Wieland is Chief of Communication for UNICEF Malaysia. Prior to his appointment he served as Chief of Communication for UNICEF in Angola (2015-2020) and the Philippines (2020-2023). In these roles, he oversaw communication, advocacy and digital strategy, supported partnership development and lead humanitarian advocacy during emergencies.

Born in Berlin, he began his professional career at the Goethe Institute and has accumulated over 15 years of experience in global communication and development contexts. In 2010, he joined the award-winning social enterprise, Common Goal (formerly known as streetfootballworld), where he developed and managed Sport for Development campaigns with leading sports organizations and brands in South Africa, Poland, Ukraine, and Brazil.

Niko Wieland has a keen interest in languages, speaks German, English, Portuguese and Spanish and holds a master's degree in Communication in Social and Economic Contexts from the Berlin University of the Arts.

moderator

Navonil Roy

Growth and strategy advisor, Ampersand Advisory

Navonil has had 20+ years’ experience in telecom, media, digital services and communications. He is passionate about new technologies, ventures and fundamental shifts in society.

Over the years Navonil has been involved in setting up multiple new businesses, products and business models across television channels, digital platforms, mobile services, lending solutions, packaged goods, financial institutions etc.

He is passionate about sustainability and is currently involved in a few projects and he believes the economics needs to be right for sustainability to scale.

Navonil is the growth and strategy advisor to Ampersand Advisory.

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