Are you building an ethical business designed to help solve sustainability, social justice, and cultural issues, but have questions about the best way to approach this ambitious task? How can you be sure that you are building a business that the world needs?
Join our panel discussion and hear from our industry leaders about how they built their business success while also working for change. Discussion topics include:
- How do you test that your business is creating something the world actually needs?
- How do you ensure your business is both ethical and economically sustainable?
- How do you know your suppliers are ethical? What are the ethical certifications and which ones are meaningful and valuable?
Julia Washbourne is a sustainable bamboo entrepreneur and founder of Bamboa, an environmentally friendly home and lifestyle brand serving Hong Kong since 2008.
Anushka Purohitis is a university student, as well as the founder of Breer. Breer is a premium quality craft beer company and a food upcycling startup that addresses the prominent problem of food waste in Hong Kong.
Sarah Garner is the founder of Retykle. After working in luxury fashion for many years, Sarah founded Retykle to make it easier for busy parents to recycle their gently worn children’s clothes, earn money, and make a positive environmental impact by keeping clothes in circulation for longer.
Rohaan Sajnani is the cofounder of We the Process and head of growth at apparel company Megomi. Rohaan is passionate about self-improvement, collaboration and learning from others while trying to use every opportunity to create value.