The Swedish Model at the Shared Value Forum

Last week, the Sustainability Committee of SwedCham HK hosted a breakout session at the Shared Value Forum 2017 to speak about the Swedish Model – how sustainability is a natural element incorporated in the business model.

Shared Value is a strategy in which companies find business opportunities in solving social problems, and the forum provides an opportunity for companies to meet and exchange knowledge within the area.

In the picture from the left:

Malin Liljert, Director at Center for Child-Rights & Corporate Social Responsibility (CCRCSR)

Hanna Hallin, Sustainability Manager at H&M Greater China

Lotta Liljelund, Counsellor and Head of the Center for CSR at the Embassy of Sweden in Beijing

Carl-Fredrik Zacharisson, Managing Director at Scania Hong Kong

Alok Jain, Managing Director at Trans-Consult Asia

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