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Sustainability Guru to address EMANZ Conference

15 January 2019

Sustainability Guru to address EMANZ Conference

EMANZ today announced internationally renowned sustainability expert, Bob Willard, will deliver a Keynote address at its 2019 Conference in May.

Canadian Willard, founder and CEO of Sustainability Advantage, is a widely published author with particular expertise in demonstrating the value of sustainability in preparing business cases and how to lead the change to a culture of sustainability. He is also an expert in integrated reporting.

Dr Willard has a PhD in Sustainability from Toronto University and is a multi award winner for his work in bringing sustainability to life in the corporate world through change, integrated reporting and quantifying sustainability benefits.

Mike Hopkins, CEO of EMANZ said: “It’s an absolute privilege to welcome Bob to our conference. He has an outstanding record of showing organisations how sustainable practices can work for them, both in action and in reporting. His wealth of knowledge is incomparable and any corporate at all serious about sustainability needs to hear Bob’s words of wisdom."

The EMANZ conference will take place at the Harbourside Function Centre in Wellington on 29 & 30 May, 2019 and you can register through the EMANZ website from 16 January.


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