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Using a Triple Bottom Line Sustainability Approach to Create Business Value

Start Date:22 April

Start Time:15:00 CEST

Duration:30 minutes


According to a recent Innova Market Insights survey*, nearly nine in ten consumers around the world expect companies to invest in sustainability. But a successful corporate sustainability strategy cannot happen in a vacuum. Everyone must play a role until sustainability is finally indistinguishable from the overall business strategy. CP Kelco has implemented a Triple Bottom Line sustainability strategy to align its values with its customers, suppliers, employees and stakeholders. In this session, we’ll show you how all parts of the business can work together to drive sustainable value creation through water and waste reduction, upcycling, employee safety, community service and more.

*Innova Trends Survey 2019 of 1,000 consumers interviewed in each of the following countries: Brazil, China, France, Germany, UK, India, Indonesia, Mexico, Spain and the United States

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Brian Williams

VP of Environment, Health, Safety & Sustainability for CP Kelco
CP Kelco
Brian is responsible for defining, evolving and implementing the Company’s environmental health, safety and sustainability strategies across its global plant sites, and aligning it with enterprise-wide goals. With an eye on emerging issues, he guides policy positions that will ensure the safety of employees and drive cross-functional business value for our customers.

Brian has a B.S. in Environmental Health Sciences with an Environmental Engineering concentration from The University of Georgia and a Masters of Engineering with aconcentration i n Advanced Engineering and Management from the University of Alabama-Birmingham (UAB). Current on certification in the field, he also sits on the University of Alabama-Birmingham’s (UAB) Industry Advisory Board for the Advanced Safety Engineering & Management graduate program.

Emily Thomas

Manager, Corporate Sustainability Programs, J.M. Huber Corporation
J.M. Huber Corporation, parent company of CP Kelco
Emily Thomas has 15 years of experience defining and delivering value in the field of Corporate Sustainability & Responsibility. In her current global role, she is responsible for customer-facing sustainability, focusing on informing and empowering internal and external sustainability storytelling. Emily supports the Sustainable Product Innovation initiative, working cross-functionally with New Product Development and Commercial Teams. Emily has a Bachelor of Science, Environmental Science degree in Environmental Economics & Management with a focus on Water Resource Management.

Tom Vierhile

VP of Strategic Insights North America
Innova Market Insights
Tom Vierhile is VP of Strategic Insights North America for the Netherlands-based Innova Market Insights and has over 20 years of experience in fast-moving consumer goods reporting and analysis. Based in Fairport, New York, he is an internationally recognized expert on new product marketing and has been quoted in media outlets like Bloomberg, Ad Age, The Wall Street Journal, BBC News, and NPR.

Tom has authored many articles on new products for a variety of publications, has given presentations on new product trends at industry conferences in the U.S., Europe, Asia, and South America, and is a regular contributor to Prepared Foods magazine.

Tom has a bachelor's degree in marketing from St. Bonaventure University and an MBA from the State University of New York at Buffalo.

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