|Exploring the emerging business risks that participating businesses may be exposed to through changing environmental conditions, and a simple process for identifying and managing these risks to sustain long-term business operations.|
|Venue||Room: 1.11B EDC (Education Development Centre), 4 Milner Street , Hindmarsh, SA|
|Date||3 November - 8.30am to 12.30pm|
|Event Contact||Stef Menta|
|Contact Phone||03 9614 6177|
The Good Business Workshop Series aims to help small and medium businesses embed green and sustainable practices to increase revenue, reduce costs, enhance reputation and achieve competitive advantage in their market.
This third workshop in the series, Sustainability Risk Management, is designed to help participants understand the emerging business risks they may be exposed to through changing environmental conditions, and provide a simple process for identifying and managing these risks to sustain their long-term business operations.
This workshop will cover:
- Key environmental trends (including climate change and water) that are changing our society and economy as we know it
- Emerging business risks through market and political drivers for sustainability
- Processes for identifying, assessing and managing sustainability risks relevant to your business.
From attending this workshop you will learn the following valuable applications:
- Understanding the social and economic implications
of key environmentral trends
- How to identify key sustainability risks relevant to
- Applying a simple framework for assessing and
managing sustainability risks for your business
Executives, risk/compliance managers or operations managers of small and medium sized businesses
operating in South Australia
Nick’s high-energy approach is fueled by a passion for proving that we can do well by doing good. A mechatronic engineer and mathematical scientist by background, Nick has spent almost a decade working with companies, governments, not-for-profits and entrepreneurs in Australia and around the world to define and realise the business case for sustainable practices. Nick’s current focus is in helping his clients grow, compete and succeed in the market through implementing sustainability as a business strategy. Working both at the corporate level and on major capital projects, Nick has worked with a variety of Shaper client projects in the Agribusiness, Automotive, Finance, Infrastrucuture, Insurance, Investment, Manufacturing, Oil & Gas, Property, State Government and Urban Development sectors.