The organisers of sustainable transport event Reset Connect London have announced that more than 3,000 industry leaders and investors will be in attendance next month.
Taking place on 28th-29th June at London’s ExCel, Reset Connect has been established to bridge the gap between businesses, investors, and government all committed to sustainability.
Part of London Climate Action Week, Reset Connect is an opportunity for delegates to connect with 100+ confirmed exhibitors and gain insight from more than 150 speakers.
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Duncan Reid, co-founder and CEO of Reset Connect said: “We are now on our final countdown to Reset Connect London 2022 and with an incredible line-up of exciting speakers, we know this will be an event to remember for business leaders, innovators, investors, and delegates alike.
“We are excited to be working with a host of leading businesses and brands, like PwC, HSBC, M&G Investments and Rolls Royce, and I am in no doubt that their contributions will be invaluable for inspiring other businesses on their own journeys to net-zero.”
Highlights from Reset Connect will include two panel sessions with founding partner of the event, PwC.
Moderated by Jon Williams, global banking and capital markets ESG leader and UK chair of sustainability and climate change, PwC UK, the first panel discussion, ‘Greening Finance: A Roadmap to Transforming Business to Net-Zero’ will be an exchange between senior business leaders, including Rob King, head of sustainable finance, HSBC UK and Fabiana Fedeli, CIO, equities and multi asset, M&G Investments, as they discuss the importance of helping organisations finance sustainable transformation.
Featuring Faye Melly, director at PwC, the second panel, ‘The Art of the Possible: Cutting-Edge Technology with the Potential to Drive Change Now’ will host a discussion on the innovative and advancing technologies developed to prevent climate change, with other panellists including Rachael Everard, head of sustainability, Rolls-Royce and Sarah Tennison, head of clean growth strategy and impact, Innovate UK.
Faye said: “To many people, space is just about eye-opening rocket launches and exploring Mars. In reality, the applications of Space go much further. We need to reimagine the possible to achieve net zero at pace and scale, and one way to do that is recognising and realising the benefits of applications of space technology.’”
Date: 28 – 29 June 2022 at ExCeL London
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