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Arthur Huang, founder and CEO of upcycling firm Miniwiz, talks to Christine Tan at Temasek's Ecosperity Conference about how he built museums, art installations and a multi-million dollar business from waste.
Frank Phuan of Sunseap Group discusses how the company is differentiating itself from the majority of the domestic players in China as the solar market recovers.
Frank Phuan, co-founder and CEO of Sunseap Group, discusses the challenges faced in harvesting solar energy in Singapore and how the company overcame them.
Edmund Koh, president of UBS Asia Pacific, explains why the organization is "very big" on the subject of sustainability "not just in form, but in substance."
Edmund Koh, president of UBS Asia Pacific, remains hopeful that the investment banking business will continue expanding if they find "key talents" after a slow year in 2019 for IPOs due to market uncertainties.
Edmund Koh, president of UBS Asia Pacific, discusses the organization's ambitions to become the top foreign bank in China within the next decade as the country opens up its financial sector.
Binny Bansal, co-founder of Flipkart, discusses the implications of tighter e-commerce regulations on the Indian startup scene.
Binny Bansal, co-founder of Flipkart, shares the key factors behind the company's growth from an online bookstore to India's largest e-commerce retailer and its sale to Walmart for $16 billion.
Christina Dean of Redress says China is actually becoming part of the solution as it adopts a circular economy, rather than a contributing to the "problem" of pollution in the fashion industry.
Christina Dean of Redress says The R Collective fashion brand was created to put "beliefs into practice," while raising funds for the former.
Christina Dean of Redress discusses the importance of coming up with solutions to reduce fashion waste as raising awareness alone is "not enough." This has led the organization to launch the Redress Design Award, which focuses on educating emerging designers worldwide.
Ernesto Tanmantiong, CEO of Jollibee Foods Corporation, shares about the origins of the company's mascot and how it captured the hearts of Filipinos and helped the burgeoning fast food chain to gain a foothold in the 1980s just as McDonald's was entering the Philippines.
Ernesto Tanmantiong, Jollibee Foods Corporation CEO, talks about its rapid expansion from an ice cream parlor to the largest fast food chain in the Philippines, ambitions to expand in China and the U.S. as well as its acquisition strategy.
Frans van Houten, Royal Philips CEO, talks about the 5-year sustainability program they launched in 2016 to embrace circularity in their business model, noting how customers and governments are increasingly having sustainability criteria when choosing vendors.
Frans van Houten, CEO of Royal Philips, shares about pivoting the 128-year-old Dutch conglomerate away from consumer electronics toward health technology.
Sunny Verghese from Olam International explains why the company made a "conscious decision" to deprioritize the sugar business. Verghese, Nanette Medved-Po of Generation Hope and Delman Lee from TAL Group also give advice to business leaders seeking to build successful, sustainable companies.
At CNBC Managing Asia's sustainable entrepreneurship panel discussion, Nanette Medved-Po of Generation Hope talks about the creative solutions her social enterprise employed to become plastic neutral, while Sunny Verghese from Olam International as well as Delman Lee of TAL Group evaluate their supply chain traceability efforts in the agriculture and apparel industries respectively.
Chadatip Chutrakul of Siam Piwat says she and her husband, Sansiri CEO Apichart Chutrakul, try to keep their family "as happy as possible without business interference."
Chadatip Chutrakul of Siam Piwat has dedicated 15,000 square metres of Iconsiam to 'Sook Siam', an indoor floating market that brings together food and culture from 77 Thai provinces, where villagers and visitors can learn from one another.
Friday, 19 July 2019
Anchor Christine Tan
CEO, Vestiaire Collective
Moving from Lazada to Vestiaire Collective, online disruptor Max Bittner catches up with Christine Tan to talk about the boom in the resale sector, and his plans to use technology to revolutionize circular fashion for the Paris-based luxury reseller.
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