WasteMINZ Roundup 2015 – Sustainable Economies
On 23 and 24 April the WasteMINZ Roundup is being held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Auckland, New Zealand.
WasteMINZ, a long-term GlobalPSC member, is the largest representative body of the waste and resource recovery sector in New Zealand. Formed in 1989, it is a membership-based organisation with over 1,000 members – from small operators through to councils and large companies.
The Roundup features a stream dedicated to ‘Progressing Product Stewardship’, where they will explore progress with product stewardship in New Zealand, the key factors in developing successful schemes as well as lessons learned from overseas implementation of product stewardship initiatives.
In addition to this the event features a number of high-profile keynote speakers including:
- Mai Chen, What’s the regulatory risk? Why business should engage with Product Stewardship. Mai is Managing Partner of Chen Palmer. She is arguably New Zealand’s foremost public law specialist. Mai is a trusted advisor to public and private organisations in New Zealand and helps them navigate the complex regulatory environment.
- Rod Oram, Intelligent economics – shedding light on green growth. Rod has more than 30 years’ experience as an international business journalist. He is a frequent public speaker on business, economics, innovation and entrepreneurship, in both NZ and global contexts.
- Phil O’Reilly, The business case for product stewardship. Phil is Chief Executive of BusinessNZ, New Zealand’s largest business advocacy group. Phil works with companies, organisations and decision makers, advocating for New Zealand’s success through sustainable economic growth.
- Jacqueline Farman, Consumer insights driving smart sustainability decisions. Jacqueline is Chief Executive of Colmar Brunton, one of New Zealand’s leading market research organisations. Jacqueline is a quantitative specialist and has a passion for helping clients make great decisions based on the best possible data.
Book your spot now for this fantastic event, as Super Saver registration ends on 31 March. Through our partnership with WasteMINZ, GlobalPSC members can attend at WasteMINZ members’ rate. Click here for more information and to register your spot.Tags: #productstewardship, Asia Pacific, Auckland, BusinessNZ, Chen Palmer, Colmar Brunton, events, Global Product Stewardship Council, GlobalPSC, Jacqueline Farman, Mai Chen, member profile, New Zealand, Phil O'Reilly, producer responsibility, product stewardship, Rod Oram, Roundup, WasteMINZ