NL Embassy / MDBC: Responsible Business Conduct
- Date 18 August 2021
- Time 09:30 AM - 11:00 AM
- Malaysian Dutch Business Council
More about event
The Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and MDBC are pleased to invite you to the Responsible Business Conduct in Malaysia – Adding Value to your Business webinar.
The importance of Responsible Business Conduct (RBC) can no longer be denied. We all have a responsibility to balance people, profit, and planet: governments, companies, consumers, and NGOs alike. The Dutch government expects RBC to be at the forefront of a company’s business approach, also when operating abroad. This means taking responsibility for the impact of your business and your supply chain on the environment, society, and employees, while striving for economic success.
In this webinar we will inform you about the latest policy developments, available funds and other practical support to make your supply chain more responsible. We are pleased to include HQ Pack Sdn Bhd and Dutch Lady Milk Industries Berhad in this session to share their experience on working on RBC in Malaysia. Join us to find out more during this webinar session!
Date: Wednesday, 18 August
Time: 15:30 – 17:00 hrs (MY) / 09:30 – 11:00 hrs (NL)
Complimentary for MDBC members, invited guests of the Netherlands Embassy and their supply chain partners. We encourage members and guests to invite your supply chain partners to register!
If you are a Supply Chain guest, kindly indicate in “Other Comments” which MDBC member you are a guest/partner of.
Your registration will be processed upon confirmation with our member.
15:30 hrs: Welcome and announcements
15:35 hrs: Welcome remarks by the Netherlands Ambassador, H.E. Aart Jacobi
15:40 hrs: Latest developments in Dutch & EU policy
15:55 hrs: HQ Pack Sdn Bhd – sharing experiences
16:05 hrs: Funding by the Dutch government (RVO)
16:15 hrs: Break
16:20 hrs: Dutch Lady Milk Industries Berhad – sharing experiences
16:30 hrs: Practical support NL Embassy
16:40 hrs: Q&A Session
17:00 hrs: End of session
This is the first webinar of a series on this topic. The next session will specifically be addressed to the manufacturing sector and will provide practical tips on improving supply chain compliance.
Who should attend?
Dutch companies and companies that are part of a Dutch supply chain. Dutch companies are encouraged to invite guests from their own supply chain!
This is the time to boost your strategic planning, making your business case responsible is the best and smart thing to do: in the long term, only a sustainable business case is future proof.