The world is experiencing rapid and drastic changes. How are leading-edge companies and science working to form the resilient and sustainable supply chain to meet crisis and rapid changes in the global environment?
On May 27th experts from business and sciences presented and discussed how they are working to form resilient and sustainable supply chains – meeting the challenges of rapid changes in the global environment.
Insights were shared by our expert panel:
Head of Group Sustainability Nobia
As Head of Group Sustainability for Europe’s leading kitchen provider, with a portfolio of around 20 strong brands, Amanda is responsible for designing and building up a group wide sustainability function, defining the overall sustainability management and developing the group's sustainability strategy to strengthen the sustainability integration in to the value chain.
Amanda holds a Master´s degree, Business, Management and Marketing and has had leading roles in organizations and companies such as Swedbank, Amnesty International, Social Venture Network, Ideell Arena.Close
Senior Sales & Client Relations Manager GS1
Staffan Olsson is an experienced digitalization professional who has held leading roles within GS1 Sweden involving standards/services development, community management, and innovation. His current role is within sales & client relations.
Staffan has always encouraged the GS1 user community to see the big picture and expand the scope of GS1 System (standards, solutions, services) to new use cases and user communities, while at the same time preserving and expanding the business benefits for already existing users. Over time, Staffan has been active in many parts of GS1’s international work at global and regional level.Close
Senior Researcher and Fellow at SEI and Director of Trase
Toby is a Senior Research Fellow at the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), and Director of the Transparency for Sustainable Economies initiative, Trase (www.trase.earth). Toby has twenty years’ experience working on research and policy challenges facing the sustainable development of tropical landscapes.
His current work in Trase is focused on improving the transparency of forest-risk commodity supply chains and identifying ways in which supply chain information can help drive progress towards sustainability goals by private, public and civil society sector actors.Close
Research Manager Jernkontoret
Eva Blixt holds an MBA in economics from Stockholm University and has over the years held a number of industrially oriented positions within the Government Office, Swedish Central Bank and for more than 10 years at the Swedish Steel Industry Association's Jernkontoret. Eva's focus is on economic, industrial analysis and sustainability - often with links to research and development.
Eva also has national and international assignments within organizations such as WWF, Business Europe and Eurofer (European steel industry).Close