Why Tech Leaders Should Attend Sustainability LIVE: Net Zero

Sustainability LIVE: Net Zero offers technology leaders the opportunity to gain invaluable insights and contribute to collective sustainability efforts

The technology industry has a vital role to play when it comes to managing net zero ambitions. Today a critical business focus – with a report finding CEOs cite environmental sustainability as their top challenge over the next three years – implementing sustainability initiatives now can lead to a number of benefits for businesses, from cost savings and resource efficiency to risk mitigation and regulatory compliance.

With the dramatic rise of generative AI driving rising global demand for increased computing power and data storage, organisations today must consider the impact of IT as they strive to balance growth objectives with sustainability goals.

Offering extensive opportunities to engage with sustainability leaders, Sustainability LIVE: Net Zero will provide attendees with the opportunity to connect with like-minded professionals, gain invaluable insights and contribute to the collective efforts in driving sustainability across the globe.

Hosted at the QEII Centre in London on 6th and 7th March 2024, this groundbreaking event brings together C-suite, V-suite, and director level sustainability executives from large-scale organisations globally, including AWS, Microsoft, Procter & Gamble, Tech Mahindra, Deloitte, NetApp and Cognizant.

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Engage with and learn from leading executives

As the world faces an increase in climate-related events and challenges, there is an urgency among businesses to act now using technology to drive sustainable solutions, with a report conducted by Kyndryl and Microsoft highlighting technology’s role in achieving sustainability goals.

But while CEOs and boards have made sustainability and digital transformation a priority, research shows that technology leaders need help with the integration and execution of their programs to meet their goals.

With over 2,000 participants expected across the two days, Sustainability LIVE: Net Zero offers an unparalleled opportunity to engage with and learn from the leading sustainability executives from the world’s largest companies. 

The event offers extensive opportunities to connect with like-minded professionals, gain invaluable insights and contribute to the collective efforts in driving sustainability across the globe.

Sustainability LIVE: Net Zero is based around four themes: Sustainability & ESG, EV & Energy, Climate Tech and Supply Chain Sustainability, with a range of keynote sessions, panels and workshops taking place across both days. 

Speakers will include the likes of Thomas Blood, CS Sustainability Leader, EMEA at Amazon Web Services, Smruti Naik-Jones, Chief Sustainability Officer at Deloitte, Fredrika Klarén, Head of Sustainability at Polestar, Angela Hultberg, Global Director Sustainability at Kearney and Sandeep Chandna, Chief Sustainability Officer at Tech Mahindra, with a full list of speakers available to view here.

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