During this Vision Dinner, Dorothy Shaver will explain the influence Unilever has on the agricultural sector. The focus will be on how the company wants to reduce its footprint by working together with all stakeholders involved in the many brands Unilever has in its portfolio. How can you be part of a system change, and achieve sustainable objectives? You are most welcome to join this session and discussion!
Dorothy Shaver, Unilever
Global Food Sustainability Director
Head of Business Development
Unilever, being one of the world's largest consumer goods companies, plays a big role in enabling and realizing food products better for the people and planet. The great power that Unilever has in the market also brings challenges. Food scarcity is growing rapidly, and climate conflicts are accelerating. As a major player in the industry, how do you facilitate the shift of suppliers toward more sustainable agriculture? How do you deal with regulatory and financial challenges: who is incentivized?
Location: Amsterdam area
17:30 | Start program (including presentation, discussion and a 3-course dinner)
20:30 | End of formal program, opportunity for informal networking
During this Vision Dinner, Mariëlle Vogt, CFO of Enexis Group, will give a keynote about the future of Enexis in relation to the challenges of the energy transition. Enexis must invest heavily in order to realize the energy transition, at the same time as a public organization it sees it as a moral obligation to prevent energy poverty as much as possible. What is the role of the CFO in these complex issues? And how do you make an organization more agile and decisive in these times of crisis? With this very topical theme and Mariëlle Vogt's many years of experience in both the public and private sectors, it promises to be an interesting and stimulating evening. You are invited.
During this Vision Dinner, Simon Riguelle, Director at Centre régional de crise de Wallonie, will give a presentation. More information will follow soon.
Bianca Rouwenhorst, Director of Information Policy and CIO at the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport (VWS) would like to talk to you about how we can really take steps together in the exchange of data. An approach in which the focus is not on the sector, but on the (future) patient. Bringing policy and implementation together is essential in this area. Therefore, during this Vision Dinner, much attention is paid to dialogue and you, as a peer within the healthcare domain, are very welcome to participate and share your own experience and vision.