By adopting a twin transition strategy, companies can leverage technology and data to achieve their sustainability objectives. Instead of treating digital and sustainability as separate initiatives, this approach integrates both to yield significant gains in efficiency and productivity. The twin transition strategy has the potential to create a positive impact by leveraging data assets, and infrastructure, while accelerating sustainability efforts throughout the organization.
At TWIST we are bringing together a diverse group of leaders from supply chain, manufacturing, procurement, digital, finance and sustainability to discuss how to execute a Twin Transition strategy.
Welcome and Networking
Keynote: Creating an ecosystem for digital and sustainable transformation.
with - Sjoerd Blum | Chief Information Officer | Royal Schiphol GroupIn this session, we explore how emerging technologies can work in parallel with sustainability initiatives to change the manufacturing and supply chain landscape.
- Leveraging tech and sustainability innovation to improve efficiency
- Building value through new business models
- Building the culture to support transformative change
Panel: Creating the business case and demonstrating value in the Twin Transition
with - Oliver Hurrey | Ambassador and Board member | Sustainable Procurement Pledge
Vikram Singla | Strategy and Transformation Director | Sustainability Ambassador | Oracle
Elena González Sánchez | Chief Energy Officer | ACCIONA Energia
Dexter Galvin | Chief Commercial Officer | CDP
Gerhard Strack | Partner | PwCTransitioning to a more sustainable and resilient manufacturing and supply chain system will require significant investment. Join us to explore how to build a demonstrable business case that can attract different financing models and funding sources that can help businesses make the necessary investments.
- Measuring ROI in Twin Transition strategies
- Finding funding and creating a business case
- Measuring, validating and reporting on digital and sustainable investments
Panel: Resilient Supply Chains as a by product of digital and sustainability
with - Benjamin Schönfuß | Initiatives Specialist, Advanced Manufacturing and Value Chains | World Economic Forum
Zbigniew Lewicki | Chief Sustainability and R&D Officer | Lipton
Andrew Kinsey | Sustainability Operations Director | Mace
Fred Akuffo | Partner | PwCJoin us for a focus on how businesses can create agile and resilient supply chains that are better equipped to handle disruptions, both from a technological and a regulatory perspective.
- Initiatives for building resiliency to reduce risks
- What to prioritize in attaining resiliency in your supply chain
- Cross functional collaboration to enable innovation and change
Networking & Coffee
Ebusco - a Fireside Chat on Disruptive Digitization and sustainability initiatives
with - Arpit Gupta | Manager Continuous Improvement | Ebusco
Jazz Badeshia | Director | PwC
Paul Sloman | Partner | PwCEbusco is a disruptive e-bus manufacturer whose significant growth is being fuelled by the innovative and smart utilization of data visualization through real time tracking, and a strong focus on sustainable business practices. This is an innovative story of Twin Transition strategies in action from a relatively new start-up making waves in the traditional world of bus manufacturing.
Keynote: Sustainable Partnerships in Manufacturing and Supply Chain
With - Phillip Kolb | Head of Global Environment & Sustainability Consumer Brands | HenkelExplore the importance of developing sustainable partnerships that can help businesses achieve their twin transition goals, from reducing carbon emissions to improving social and environmental impact.
- Ethical procurements and sustainable sourcing strategies
- Tapping into the extended value chain to drive change
- Enhancing transparency and traceability in the manufacturing and supply chain industry
Supercharging collaboration through sustainability
With - Chris Holmes | Senior Vice President Global Procurement | Avantor
Keynote: Transformation Under the 4th Industrial Revolution - Sustainable, Digital & Social
with - Rafael Cayuela Corporate Chief Economist EMEAI | Chief Strategy Officer & Chair EU Sustainability Leadership Team | DowDrawing on his role as Chief Economist at Dow, Rafael takes us on a fascinating journey where digital innovation and sustainability collide in the 4th Industrial Revolution - one which embraces the power of Sustainable, Digital and Social transformation. For Rafael, to create real change we need to look beyond the Twin Transition ( Digital and Sustainable ) to the Triple Transition, where Digital, Sustainable + Social Transformation combine to create a new world of opportunity.
Panel: Achieving Talent Management to Address future work Challenges
with - Gladis Araujo | Vice President, Global Supply Chain Strategy | Mattel
Vineet Khanna | Senior Vice President, Global Head of Supply Chain | Nestlé (Former)
Julie Searle | Partner | PwC
Alistair Woods | Partner | PwCAs the manufacturing and supply chain landscape evolves, businesses will need to adapt their talent strategies to attract and retain the skilled workers they need to succeed. This topic explores best practices for talent management in the twin transition
- Retaining talent and its implications on business
- How to incentivise STEM skills to build strong management
- How to adapt to changing skills requirements
Meet Our Speakers
Chief Information Officer | Royal Schiphol Group
Energized by transformation. Passionate about people, technology and data. Flourishes in complex, dynamic and people focused environments. Content anchors in Transformation, IT, Digital, Leadership and cyber security.
His area of work has always been on the touch point of Business and IT as this is the area where organizations can make sustainable changes. My motto is "Bring structure, Execute and Learn fast, Deliver results and Have Fun!". From the start of his career, Sjoerd has been embracing this motto by building new organizations and turning existing organizations around. Leveraging the power of Technology & Data; always in balance with managing the downside as well.
Corporate Chief Economist | EMEAI Chief Strategy Officer & Chair EU Sustainability Leadership Team | Dow
At Dow, Rafael is responsible for defining and accelerating the EMEAI Sustainable,
Digital & Growth Transformation Strategy. Externally, he is the Chair of CEFIC (European Chemical Industry Association) Mid Century Vision - Molecules Manager, while also serving on the International Advisory Board of the World Energy Council, FT Manufacturing Advisory Board and being the Chair of the Industry Advisory Panel of the Energy Charter Treaty. Rafael is an economist with over 20 years of experience within the chemical industry. He holds a master’s degree in Economics from the College of Europe, Bruges, Belgium, and an MBA from Northwood University in Michigan. He also completed his executive education at the University of Chicago (Executive MBA), the University of Oxford on Blockchain and Singularity University on Exponential & Disruptive Technologies. Rafael is also the author of the Book “The Chemical Industry by 2050” and currently working on his new book “The Chemical Industry under the Fourth Industrial Revolution: Molecules vs. Qubits”.
Elena González Sánchez
Chief Energy Officer | ACCIONA ENERGIA
Expert on energy in the areas of renewable, energy efficiency and energy efficiency certificates and CO2 emmisions markets.
With more than 20 years of professional experience in the energy world, she has held various consulting and management positions in areas of environment, commercialization of energy, efficiency and sustainable energy, renewable and alternative fuels mobility.
Highlighting the creation and general direction of Energylab, Efficiency and Sustainability Energy Technology Centre from which we have established regional policies in energy issues, we have promoted the penetration of new energy efficiency technologies and have arrived at agreements with institutions in United States and Japan.
Elena is also the Vice President of the Spanish Tecnology Platform for Energy Efficiency, where I worked in the promotion of the energy efficiency at nacional level. We have published the VISION paper which describes the broad lines of work in energy efficiency and more than 300 companies that have collaborated in the work.
Chief Sustainability and R&D Officer | Lipton
Chief Commercial Officer | CDP
Dexter Galvin is the Chief Commercial Officer at CDP. Dexter leads CDP’s work to support companies in building a truly sustainable economy, by measuring and understanding their environmental impact in their own operations and in their global supply chains.
His remit includes developing market-leading products for companies through CDP’s Reporter Services team, working with CDP’s corporate partners, and overseeing CDP’s involvement in the We Mean Business ‘Commit to Action’ campaigns with corporations.
Prior to his current role, Dexter ran CDP’s program to enable major multinationals and governments to achieve sustainable supply chains, and in 2013 he launched Action Exchange, after joining CDP, in 2008.
Senior Vice President Global Procurement | Avantor
Initiatives Specialist, Advanced Manufacturing and Value Chains | World Economic Forum
Benjamin Schönfuß is the Initiatives Specialist, Advanced Manufacturing and Value Chains at the World Economic Forum. Passionate about digitalisation and manufacturing that he is helping to stretch across the WEF. He is the author of various publications that focus on industrial strategies for global supply chains. He also is in the team that lead the Global Lighthouse Network which is a community of manufacturers that show leadership in using Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies to transform factories, value chains and business models.
Benjamin has a doctorate of Philosophy - PhD, Engineering - Digital Manufacturing from Cambridge University, where he was the President and Chairperson of CUTEC - Cambridge University Technology and Enterprise Club.
Vice President, Global Supply Chain Strategy | Mattel
Gladis Araujo is a Global business leader with over 25 years of experience building and leading cross-cultural teams, delivering continuous improvement, operational excellence, and cost optimization on four continents in the end-to-end supply chain field. As VP of Global Quality Systems at Mattel Inc., Gladis is responsible for driving digital transformation, nearshoring initiatives, and value networks. She is the Founder and President of several non-profit organizations supporting communities of women, girls, and children in Malaysia and Mexico. Gladis has been on the receiving end of several awards and nominations for her contributions to the industry. In 2019 the Global Chamber of Commerce in Malaysia granted her the 'Top Women Inspiring Humanity Award'; and more recently, in 2021, Gladis received the Top Tech Woman Award in the Transformational Power category by Tecnológico de Monterrey.
Ambassador and Board member | Sustainable Procurement Pledge
I have been fortunate enough to build up a very strong understanding and set of relationships with some great business leaders and entrepreneurs. I have spent my career helping businesses to listen, lead, collaborate and ultimately grow. I love discovering and making worthwhile new connections in my/our network; working with innovators that stretch business-as-usual; and those in big business who like to get things done. I also love golf - an unhealthy amount...
What drives me is the opportunity to play a clear and fundamental role in bringing together the right people and businesses to tackle the biggest issues of our time.
I specialize in growing businesses; driving collaboration between peers; and connecting those who need credible and effective sustainable business solutions and those who provide them. I love developing new products, services and propositions that tackle clear and present business need.
Sustainability Operations Director | Mace
Head of Global Environment & Sustainability Consumer Brands | Henkel
Senior Vice President, Global Head of Supply Chain | Nestle (Former)
Vineet Khanna joined Nestlé in 1986 after completing an MBA at the Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad and has since held various roles in finance and control, technology implementation, sales operations, and supply chain. Vineet set up the supply chain division at Nestlé India as EVP in 2005. In 2010, Vineet became the VP of Supply Chain for the Asia, Oceania, and Africa regions before he obtained his current role as SVP, Head of Global Supply Chain in 2018.
Vineet is responsible for demand and supply planning, logistics, customer service, supply chain technologies, and sustainability in this capacity. Vineet sits on the board of Nestlé Enterprises SA, but his contributions extend beyond Nestlé. His role as the co-chair of the Sustainable Supply Chain Initiative of the Future Value Chain division of the Consumer Goods Forum and his work as a key member of The Future Insights Network's Coalition demonstrates his passion for furthering the sustainability agenda within and beyond the supply chain industry.
Manager Continuous Improvement | Ebusco
Arpit has a strong analytical approach that gives him the confidence of owning all stages of a project lifecycle from initiation through executing and closing. Through successful execution of change management processes, he can lead smoother adoption of the changes required for inter-departmental collaboration on daily operations as well as to achieve future growth targets of the organization.
He likes to build and work within high-functioning teams, is a proud disrupter, is willing to embrace change, because even if things are working, there could always be a better way forward.
Strategy and Transformation Director | Sustainability Ambassador | Oracle
Vikram helps supply chain and finance business leaders leverage technology to deliver meaningful business outcomes for their organizations. He also serves on the board of CILT (Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport) – UK. He has over 25 years’ experience in the technology sector, including deploying supply chain transformation programmes for Fortune 500 firms. One of his initial assignments was to build digital factory models to drive capital investment decisions at an automotive major. He is currently responsible for defining and executing the go-to-market strategy for cloud solutions in the UK. Vikram has an MBA from Warwick Business School and graduated from IIT (Indian Institute of Technology) Delhi, India
Partner | PwC
Fred is Partner for Supply chain and procurement in our Operations transformation team at PricewaterhouseCoopers Services Limited UK. Fred also site in our cross line of service for Supply Chain. With over 20 years’ experience, Fred specializes in end-to-end supply chain planning and execution across multiple industry sectors.
He helps organizations to develop a clear digital transformation roadmap, selecting and
implementing processes, systems underpinned by clear data policies and ways of working to ensure business user and stakeholder adoption.
Director | PwC
He is the Director for PwC, UK and Ireland. With more than 20 years of experience in Enterprise Transformation and advising C-Suite on developing strategies, focusing specifically on business transformation covering finance, manufacturing and supply chain domains. he advises clients in multiple industries, including retail, life sciences, logistics, food and beverage, and public sector.
As an senior leader in his field, the emphasis is on cross pillar strategic solutions, covering sales and delivery pursuits of all cloud components (SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS). Advising clients in establishing the overarching leadership in their enterprise operating model, developing robust technology, functional and solution strategies, driving effectiveness to sales process and developing long-term strategic client relationships with the objective of building world-class solutions and platforms for customers, enabling them to build competitive advantage founded upon Enterprise Architecture processes, standards and guidelines
Understanding business dynamics and the interrelationships these business drivers have on individuals, organisations, and environments. He helps organisations change and adapt over time to realise the positive impact of outcomes enterprises are striving to achieve.
Partner | PwC
Paul joined PwC 9 years ago having previously been a Partner at Roland Berger Strategy Consultants and Management Engineers. Outside of PwC, Paul is married with a 10 year old daughter and a keen sports fan including an informal board advisor of his local rugby club.
Partner | PwC
Technology doesn't drive Transformation, people do.
Partner | PwC