About CSR Asia Summit 2019

This year’s CSR Asia Summit centers around strategy for results, supply chain innovation and effectiveness, and emerging issues and impact. Now in its 13th year, the Summit has attracted over 5,000 participants seeking to share knowledge, network and be inspired at Asia’s most forward-thinking and innovative sustainability event.

Sponsorship
Opportunities

360
Field Trip

Summit
Impact

Terms
& Conditions

Why Sponsor?

Sponsoring the CSR Asia Summit 2019 offers an opportunity to promote your organization to over 500 sustainability and supply chain professionals from over 30 countries prior to, during and after the event. Packages have been developed to maximize exposure for all sponsors and include:

  • Marketing opportunities pre, during and post event

  • Brand visibility amongst a highly engaged audience

  • A platform to discuss sustainability topics key to your organization with business leaders and experts

  • Access to approximately 500 influential and engaged delegates

  • Multiple networking opportunities to build and reinforce strategic relationships with key partners

Our sponsorships offer:

  • Speaking opportunities

  • Branded lunches

  • Extensive logo placement in event marketing materials, website, programs

  • Exhibition space

  • Multiple conference passes

  • Tailored packages to suit your individual needs

To discuss Sponsorship Opportunities, please contact [email protected]

 


Previous Sponsors


 

360 Field Trips with STOP THE TRAFFIK and ELEVATE

Download flyer

STOP THE TRAFFIK Australian Coalition has regularly taken small groups of business representatives to participate in ‘360 Field Trips’ – trips that expose businesses to a 360 view of modern slavery. The trip program explores the cultural, contextual, community and business drivers of bonded and forced labor, exposing the complexity of the issues, how to address them, and opportunities to craft solutions.

For the September 2019 trips, STOP THE TRAFFIK is partnering with ELEVATE to merge on-the-ground lessons with the powerful insights of Asia’s most forward-thinking corporate and supply chain sustainability event, CSR Asia Summit 2019. Prepare for an impactful experience in Thailand, with some of our trip participants also traveling to Cambodia.

Over the course of the first 6 days you will engage with:

  • Workers – such as victims, survivors and worker representative groups

  • Business – such as owners of factories, managers and business associations

  • Local communities through visits that sensitively engage the cultural and historical context

  • NGOs and the media

  • Government and representatives from relevant UN agencies

The structure of our 360 Field Trips builds on STOP THE TRAFFIK’s shared responsibility approach which considers how each group has a role to help end Modern Slavery and each has co-accountability for their responsibilities.


Your trip leaders from 10 September through 16 September include Fuzz Kitto (Thailand and seafood emphasis) and Carolyn Kitto (Cambodia and fashion emphasis). They are the Australian Directors of STOP THE TRAFFIK and have extensive human rights and international development experience, including working the prevention of Modern Slavery for over 15 years each.

The cost for this specially curated, deep insights to modern slavery in supply chains including a ticket to attend CSR Asia Summit 2019 and two half-day sustainability related training is USD 8,500.00. Space is limited.

Contact Mabel Wong of ELEVATE at [email protected] for more information.


Included in trip fees:

  • Hotel accommodation (4+ star hotels for eight nights)

  • CSR Asia Summit 2019 ticket (value of USD780)

  • Two sessions of Pre-Summit training (value of USD450)

  • Internal flights (for the Cambodian trip)

  • Most food (usually 3 meals a day, except on day off)

  • Safe drinking water (tip: bring your own water bottle)

  • Ground transport

  • ELEVATE staff with extensive supply chain knowledge and social impact expertise accompanying the trip

  • STOP THE TRAFFIK staff with deep experience and understanding of contextual and cultural drivers of slavery and its connection with business

  • Payment and donation to the organizations who are our hosts

  • Tips and gratuities from the trip from 10 – 14 Sept


Excluded in trip fees:

  • Your flights to and from Bangkok. You need to plan to arrive mid-afternoon on Tuesday, 10 September and you can depart from Bangkok starting from the evening of 19th September.

  • Visas (Check the requirements for your passport nationality. For Australian passport holders, it is free for Thailand. You will need to pay for Cambodia)

  • Early check-in and late check-out at Bangkok hotel

  • Vaccinations and medications your physician may suggest

  • Personal travel insurance which includes medical cover

  • Personal expenses such as internet, phone, laundry and drinks in addition to the clean water provided


Reflections from previous participants:

“Four generations of my family have been in the ‘rag trade.’ I think I doubled my insight by viewing modern slavery through all these lenses.” 

“Despite many ‘field visits’ to our factories over the years, my questions about how and why labour abuse and slavery like practices happened were not answered. Then I was exposed to the contextual drivers first hand and I got it.”


About the organizers:

About STOP THE TRAFFIK:

Fuzz Kitto and Carolyn Kitto are co-Directors of STOP THE TRAFFIK, an Australian based NGO coalition which seeks to end Modern Slavery. They have extensive experience in leading groups of this kind and travelling in Cambodia and Thailand. STOP THE TRAFFIK is one of the groups working closely with the Australian Government on the Modern Slavery Act and resources and supports businesses in its implementation.  http://stopthetraffik.com.au/

About ELEVATE:

ELEVATE delivers improved organizational performance through sustainability and supply chain assessment and auditing, consulting, program management and analytics. We design and implement innovative, customized programs and technology that provide complete insight into risk and improve supply chain and sustainability performance. ELEVATE organizes the two-day CSR Asia Summit every year. www.elevatelimited.com

About CSR Asia Summit:

The 13th CSR Asia Summit debuts this year with the theme Sustainability: From Rhetoric to Results. Leaders and collaborators at Asia’s leading conference on corporate and supply chain sustainability and CSR on 18-19 September 2019, as well as the Pre-Summit Training Day on 17 September. Every year, the Summit attracts over 500 delegates seeking to share knowledge, network and be inspired at Asia’s most forward-thinking and innovative sustainability event. https://www.elevatelimited.com/summits/csr-asia-summit-2019/


 

According to our 2018 Summit feedback survey, the event met the expectations of 85% of participants, and 88% of 2018 delegates want to attend CSR Asia Summit 2019.

The Summit by the numbers in 2018:

  • 528 Delegates

  • 23 Countries / Regions

  • 70+ Speakers

  • 25 Sessions


Previous participating companies

A.S. Watson Group IBM Royal Copenhagen Thailand Ltd.
Abercrombie & Fitch ICRC MoveAbility Foundation Ruder Finn Asia
AccorHotels ICTI Ethical Toy Program Sansiri PLC
ActionAid IFRC Sasin Center for Entrepreneurship (SEC)
Adidas IKEA Southeast Asia Sands China Ltd
ADRA Limited Indonesia Eximbank Sasin Center for Sustainability Management (SCSM)
Aide et Action International Institute for Societal Leadership Save the Children
Airport Authority Hong Kong Institute for Sustainable Communities SBANG Sustainable Energies
ALDO Group InterContinental Hotels Group SCG Thailand
Amari Boulevard Bangkok Interface Singapore Pte Ltd Sembcorp Industries Ltd
Ameln & Co. AB International Committee of the Red Cross Shangri-La’s Rasa Sayang Resort & Spa
Ananda Development PCL International Cooperation on Natural Resources Shell
Ascena Retail Group International Finance Corporation Siam Cement Group
Asian Development Bank International Institute of Education (IIE) Siam Commercial Bank
Asian Disaster Preparedness Center (ADPC) International Organization for Migration (IOM) Silver Group
Association of Professional Social Compliance Auditors (APSCA) International Rescue Committee (IRC) Singapore Telecommunications Ltd (“SingTel”)
Astellas Pharma Inc. International SOS Social Value Creation Co., Ltd.
AVPN IRPC Public Company Limited South Asia Co-Operative Environment Programme (SACEP)
AXA ITX Services Inditex Southland Resources Co., Ltd.
Ayala Corporation J.Crew Sowers Exchange
B Corp / VS story Jardine Cycle & Carriage Speciality Fashion Group
Bangchak Petroleum PCL Jardine Matheson Ltd StarHub
Bank of Ayudhya Public Company Limited JG Summit Holdings Inc. State Street
BASF John Keells Group Stockholm Environmental Institute SEI
Big W Johnson & Johnson Swarovski
BillerudKorsnäs Kauflnad Symbiotics Group
Birgma Asia Trading Limited Kopernik Target Corporation
BlueScope KPMG TE Connectivity
British Council Las Vegas Sands Tea & Fruits
Bupa Li&Fung Telkomsel
Business Call to Action, UNDP Liberty Asia Teneo Strategy
C&J Clark International Ltd Lidl Terre des Hommes
CARE L.L.Bean,Inc. Tesco Lotus
Cargill Lloyd’s Register International (Thailand) Co., Ltd Thai Asia Pacific Brewery Co., Ltd.
Center for Child-Rights & Corporate Social Responsibility (CCR CSR) L’Oréal Thai Beverage PLC
Central Group Manulife Thai Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
Central Pattana Public Company Limited Marina Bay Sands Pte Ltd Thai Union
Charles & Keith Singapore MAS Intimates (Pvt) Ltd ThaiHarvest|SOS
Cisco Maybank Foundation Thaioil Energy Services Co., Ltd.
City Developments Limited (CDL) Medco E&P Natuna Thaipat Institute
Clas Ohlson Microsoft The American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai
CLP Power Hong Kong Limited Ministry of Climate Change The American Chamber of Commerce in Thailand
Coats Ministry of Education The Asia Foundation
Commonwealth Bank of Australia Ministry of Environment The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Consumer Goods Forum Ministry of Environment and Energy The Coca-Cola Company
Covestro Ministry of Environment and Forestry The Library Project
CPA Australia Ministry of Justice The Mekong Club
Crayola LLC Minor International PCL The Nature Conservancy
Credit Suisse MPRL E&P The Peninsula Bangkok
Crocs Inc. MTR Corporation The Plastic Collective
Crossroads Foundation Munro CSR Research & Strategy and Griffith University The Stock Exchange of Thailand
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) Myanmar Mobile Money The Walt Disney Company
DFDL Mekong (Thailand) Ltd. National Economic and Development Authority The Warehouse Group
DHL Supply Chain National Environment Commission Secretariat Thomson Reuters
DTAC Neste TQPR
Eco-Business Nestlé True Corporation Plc
EcoVadis Nilorn East Asia Ltd True Visions
ECPAT International Nippon Life Global Investors Singapore UN Environment
Embassy of Sweden Nippon Paint (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd UN Women
EQT AB NIPSEA Management Company Pte. Ltd. UNDP
Fair Trade USA Ocean Recovery Alliance UNFAO
FHI 360 OneSky UNHCR
Food Angel ONYX Hospitality Group UNICEF
Foreign Trade Association Optus Unilever Thai
FWD Group Orient Overseas Container Line United Global
Gap Inc. Oxfam United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR)
Geddesnairn Development Fund Pacific Market International United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)
Global Child Forum Palladium Group United Nations Social Impact Fund
Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Petroleum Brunei Myanmar (PBMY) Universal Robina Corporation
Globe Petroliam Nasional Berhad (PETRONAS) Varner Far East LTD
Gone Adventurin Plan International USAID Regional Development Mission for Asia
GTC Prime Minister’s Department Vantage Asia Holdings
H&M Prudence Foundation Veda International Corporation
Habitat for Humanity Prudential Assurance Malaysia Berhad Verisk Maplecroft
Hallmark & Crayola Prudential Life Assurance (Thailand) PCL VF Corporation
Hang Lung Properties PT. Lifung Indonesia VISA
Hedcor, Inc. PT. Merdeka Copper Gold Tbk Walgreens Boots Alliance Asia Sourcing Limited
Helikonia PTT Exploration and Production Public Company Limited Walmart
HelpAge International PTT Global Chemical Public Company Limited Wedu
Hilton PTT Public Company Limited WOCAN
Hongkong Land PwC Woolworths
HOST International Raksthai (CARE in Thailand) World Bank
HP Inc. Ramada D’MA Bangkok World CSR Day
Huashengda Zipper Co., Ltd. Ricoh WWF Malaysia
Huawei Technologies Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) Yellow Energy Initiative

 

ELEVATE Hong Kong Limited (“ELEVATE”)

DELEGATE TERMS & CONDITIONS

  1. Payments
    All bookings made prior to the conference must be paid in full to guarantee registration. Once payment has been received, an email confirmation and a receipt of payment will be sent. If payment is not made at the time of booking, registration will be provisional. Bookings received less than 2 weeks before the conference date can only be booked online and paid for using a credit card.
  1. Early Bird Rate
    In order to qualify for any ‘early bird’ rates, booking and direct payment must be received before the deadline date listed in the conference marketing material. Inclusive offers cannot be split between two people.
  1. Substitutions & Cancellations
    Delegates may nominate an alternative person from their organization to attend up to 24 hours prior to the start of the conference, at no extra charge assuming that the substitute person holds the same membership status or additional fees may be required. All substitutions and cancellations must be received in writing.Should substitution not be possible, cancellation charges apply as follows:
    – 8 weeks or more prior to start of event: 10% of the delegate fee
    – 4 weeks prior to start of event: 50% of the delegate fee
    – 4 weeks or less prior to start of event: 100% of the delegate fee
  1. Access Requirements
    Delegates should advise of any special access requirements at the time of registration.
  1. Dietary Requirements
    Delegates should advise of any special dietary requirements at the time of registration.
  1. Registration Information
    Registration information will be sent to registered delegates by email at least 7 days prior to the event. Any delegate not receiving the registration information should contact us by email to [email protected].
  1. Alterations to Program – Cancellation/Postponement of Event
    (a) ELEVATE/CSR Asia reserves the right to make alterations to the conference program, venue and timings.
    (b) In the unlikely event of the conference being cancelled by ELEVATE/CSR Asia, a full refund will be made. Liability will be limited to the amount of the fee, if any, paid by the delegate.
    (c) In the event of it being found necessary, for whatever reason, that the conference is being postponed or the dates being changed, the organizers shall not be liable for any expenditure, damage or loss incurred by the delegate.
    (d) If by re-arrangement or postponement the conference can take place, the booking between the delegate and the organizers shall remain in force and will be subject to the cancellation schedule in paragraph 3.
  1. Speakers
    Views expressed by speakers are their own. ELEVATE/CSR Asia cannot accept liability for advice given, or views expressed, by any speaker at the conference or in any material provided to delegates.
  1. Photography & Filming
    For promotional purposes, there may be a professional photographer and video production taking place during the conference. Delegates who do not wish to be filmed or recorded should advise the organizers by email to [email protected] prior to the event.
  1. Data Protection
    By submitting registration details, delegates agree to allow ELEVATE and companies associated with the conference to contact them regarding their services. Delegates who do not wish to receive such communications please email at [email protected]. The contact details of registered delegates will be placed on the attendee list which will be passed to sponsoring companies and to all attendees for them to see who is at the conference for the purpose of networking and meetings. Delegates who do not wish to be included on this list should advise at the time of booking.
  1. Websites & Links
    The conference and associated ELEVATE/CSR Asia websites may link to other websites and networking tools provided for the convenience of the delegates. The contents of these websites are maintained by their owners, for which ELEVATE/CSR Asia takes no responsibility. Neither can responsibility be taken for contents of any website linking to the ELEVATE/CSR Asia website.
  1. Insurance
    It is the responsibility of the delegate to arrange appropriate insurance cover in connection with their attendance at the conference. ELEVATE/CSR Asia cannot be held liable for any loss, liability or damage to personal property.

 

Sponsorship
Opportunities

Why Sponsor?

Sponsoring the CSR Asia Summit 2019 offers an opportunity to promote your organization to over 500 sustainability and supply chain professionals from over 30 countries prior to, during and after the event. Packages have been developed to maximize exposure for all sponsors and include:

  • Marketing opportunities pre, during and post event

  • Brand visibility amongst a highly engaged audience

  • A platform to discuss sustainability topics key to your organization with business leaders and experts

  • Access to approximately 500 influential and engaged delegates

  • Multiple networking opportunities to build and reinforce strategic relationships with key partners

Our sponsorships offer:

  • Speaking opportunities

  • Branded lunches

  • Extensive logo placement in event marketing materials, website, programs

  • Exhibition space

  • Multiple conference passes

  • Tailored packages to suit your individual needs

To discuss Sponsorship Opportunities, please contact [email protected]

 


Previous Sponsors


 

360
Field Trip

360 Field Trips with STOP THE TRAFFIK and ELEVATE

Download flyer

STOP THE TRAFFIK Australian Coalition has regularly taken small groups of business representatives to participate in ‘360 Field Trips’ – trips that expose businesses to a 360 view of modern slavery. The trip program explores the cultural, contextual, community and business drivers of bonded and forced labor, exposing the complexity of the issues, how to address them, and opportunities to craft solutions.

For the September 2019 trips, STOP THE TRAFFIK is partnering with ELEVATE to merge on-the-ground lessons with the powerful insights of Asia’s most forward-thinking corporate and supply chain sustainability event, CSR Asia Summit 2019. Prepare for an impactful experience in Thailand, with some of our trip participants also traveling to Cambodia.

Over the course of the first 6 days you will engage with:

  • Workers – such as victims, survivors and worker representative groups

  • Business – such as owners of factories, managers and business associations

  • Local communities through visits that sensitively engage the cultural and historical context

  • NGOs and the media

  • Government and representatives from relevant UN agencies

The structure of our 360 Field Trips builds on STOP THE TRAFFIK’s shared responsibility approach which considers how each group has a role to help end Modern Slavery and each has co-accountability for their responsibilities.


Your trip leaders from 10 September through 16 September include Fuzz Kitto (Thailand and seafood emphasis) and Carolyn Kitto (Cambodia and fashion emphasis). They are the Australian Directors of STOP THE TRAFFIK and have extensive human rights and international development experience, including working the prevention of Modern Slavery for over 15 years each.

The cost for this specially curated, deep insights to modern slavery in supply chains including a ticket to attend CSR Asia Summit 2019 and two half-day sustainability related training is USD 8,500.00. Space is limited.

Contact Mabel Wong of ELEVATE at [email protected] for more information.


Included in trip fees:

  • Hotel accommodation (4+ star hotels for eight nights)

  • CSR Asia Summit 2019 ticket (value of USD780)

  • Two sessions of Pre-Summit training (value of USD450)

  • Internal flights (for the Cambodian trip)

  • Most food (usually 3 meals a day, except on day off)

  • Safe drinking water (tip: bring your own water bottle)

  • Ground transport

  • ELEVATE staff with extensive supply chain knowledge and social impact expertise accompanying the trip

  • STOP THE TRAFFIK staff with deep experience and understanding of contextual and cultural drivers of slavery and its connection with business

  • Payment and donation to the organizations who are our hosts

  • Tips and gratuities from the trip from 10 – 14 Sept


Excluded in trip fees:

  • Your flights to and from Bangkok. You need to plan to arrive mid-afternoon on Tuesday, 10 September and you can depart from Bangkok starting from the evening of 19th September.

  • Visas (Check the requirements for your passport nationality. For Australian passport holders, it is free for Thailand. You will need to pay for Cambodia)

  • Early check-in and late check-out at Bangkok hotel

  • Vaccinations and medications your physician may suggest

  • Personal travel insurance which includes medical cover

  • Personal expenses such as internet, phone, laundry and drinks in addition to the clean water provided


Reflections from previous participants:

“Four generations of my family have been in the ‘rag trade.’ I think I doubled my insight by viewing modern slavery through all these lenses.” 

“Despite many ‘field visits’ to our factories over the years, my questions about how and why labour abuse and slavery like practices happened were not answered. Then I was exposed to the contextual drivers first hand and I got it.”


About the organizers:

About STOP THE TRAFFIK:

Fuzz Kitto and Carolyn Kitto are co-Directors of STOP THE TRAFFIK, an Australian based NGO coalition which seeks to end Modern Slavery. They have extensive experience in leading groups of this kind and travelling in Cambodia and Thailand. STOP THE TRAFFIK is one of the groups working closely with the Australian Government on the Modern Slavery Act and resources and supports businesses in its implementation.  http://stopthetraffik.com.au/

About ELEVATE:

ELEVATE delivers improved organizational performance through sustainability and supply chain assessment and auditing, consulting, program management and analytics. We design and implement innovative, customized programs and technology that provide complete insight into risk and improve supply chain and sustainability performance. ELEVATE organizes the two-day CSR Asia Summit every year. www.elevatelimited.com

About CSR Asia Summit:

The 13th CSR Asia Summit debuts this year with the theme Sustainability: From Rhetoric to Results. Leaders and collaborators at Asia’s leading conference on corporate and supply chain sustainability and CSR on 18-19 September 2019, as well as the Pre-Summit Training Day on 17 September. Every year, the Summit attracts over 500 delegates seeking to share knowledge, network and be inspired at Asia’s most forward-thinking and innovative sustainability event. https://www.elevatelimited.com/summits/csr-asia-summit-2019/


 

Summit
Impact

According to our 2018 Summit feedback survey, the event met the expectations of 85% of participants, and 88% of 2018 delegates want to attend CSR Asia Summit 2019.

The Summit by the numbers in 2018:

  • 528 Delegates

  • 23 Countries / Regions

  • 70+ Speakers

  • 25 Sessions


Previous participating companies

A.S. Watson Group IBM Royal Copenhagen Thailand Ltd.
Abercrombie & Fitch ICRC MoveAbility Foundation Ruder Finn Asia
AccorHotels ICTI Ethical Toy Program Sansiri PLC
ActionAid IFRC Sasin Center for Entrepreneurship (SEC)
Adidas IKEA Southeast Asia Sands China Ltd
ADRA Limited Indonesia Eximbank Sasin Center for Sustainability Management (SCSM)
Aide et Action International Institute for Societal Leadership Save the Children
Airport Authority Hong Kong Institute for Sustainable Communities SBANG Sustainable Energies
ALDO Group InterContinental Hotels Group SCG Thailand
Amari Boulevard Bangkok Interface Singapore Pte Ltd Sembcorp Industries Ltd
Ameln & Co. AB International Committee of the Red Cross Shangri-La’s Rasa Sayang Resort & Spa
Ananda Development PCL International Cooperation on Natural Resources Shell
Ascena Retail Group International Finance Corporation Siam Cement Group
Asian Development Bank International Institute of Education (IIE) Siam Commercial Bank
Asian Disaster Preparedness Center (ADPC) International Organization for Migration (IOM) Silver Group
Association of Professional Social Compliance Auditors (APSCA) International Rescue Committee (IRC) Singapore Telecommunications Ltd (“SingTel”)
Astellas Pharma Inc. International SOS Social Value Creation Co., Ltd.
AVPN IRPC Public Company Limited South Asia Co-Operative Environment Programme (SACEP)
AXA ITX Services Inditex Southland Resources Co., Ltd.
Ayala Corporation J.Crew Sowers Exchange
B Corp / VS story Jardine Cycle & Carriage Speciality Fashion Group
Bangchak Petroleum PCL Jardine Matheson Ltd StarHub
Bank of Ayudhya Public Company Limited JG Summit Holdings Inc. State Street
BASF John Keells Group Stockholm Environmental Institute SEI
Big W Johnson & Johnson Swarovski
BillerudKorsnäs Kauflnad Symbiotics Group
Birgma Asia Trading Limited Kopernik Target Corporation
BlueScope KPMG TE Connectivity
British Council Las Vegas Sands Tea & Fruits
Bupa Li&Fung Telkomsel
Business Call to Action, UNDP Liberty Asia Teneo Strategy
C&J Clark International Ltd Lidl Terre des Hommes
CARE L.L.Bean,Inc. Tesco Lotus
Cargill Lloyd’s Register International (Thailand) Co., Ltd Thai Asia Pacific Brewery Co., Ltd.
Center for Child-Rights & Corporate Social Responsibility (CCR CSR) L’Oréal Thai Beverage PLC
Central Group Manulife Thai Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
Central Pattana Public Company Limited Marina Bay Sands Pte Ltd Thai Union
Charles & Keith Singapore MAS Intimates (Pvt) Ltd ThaiHarvest|SOS
Cisco Maybank Foundation Thaioil Energy Services Co., Ltd.
City Developments Limited (CDL) Medco E&P Natuna Thaipat Institute
Clas Ohlson Microsoft The American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai
CLP Power Hong Kong Limited Ministry of Climate Change The American Chamber of Commerce in Thailand
Coats Ministry of Education The Asia Foundation
Commonwealth Bank of Australia Ministry of Environment The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Consumer Goods Forum Ministry of Environment and Energy The Coca-Cola Company
Covestro Ministry of Environment and Forestry The Library Project
CPA Australia Ministry of Justice The Mekong Club
Crayola LLC Minor International PCL The Nature Conservancy
Credit Suisse MPRL E&P The Peninsula Bangkok
Crocs Inc. MTR Corporation The Plastic Collective
Crossroads Foundation Munro CSR Research & Strategy and Griffith University The Stock Exchange of Thailand
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) Myanmar Mobile Money The Walt Disney Company
DFDL Mekong (Thailand) Ltd. National Economic and Development Authority The Warehouse Group
DHL Supply Chain National Environment Commission Secretariat Thomson Reuters
DTAC Neste TQPR
Eco-Business Nestlé True Corporation Plc
EcoVadis Nilorn East Asia Ltd True Visions
ECPAT International Nippon Life Global Investors Singapore UN Environment
Embassy of Sweden Nippon Paint (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd UN Women
EQT AB NIPSEA Management Company Pte. Ltd. UNDP
Fair Trade USA Ocean Recovery Alliance UNFAO
FHI 360 OneSky UNHCR
Food Angel ONYX Hospitality Group UNICEF
Foreign Trade Association Optus Unilever Thai
FWD Group Orient Overseas Container Line United Global
Gap Inc. Oxfam United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR)
Geddesnairn Development Fund Pacific Market International United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)
Global Child Forum Palladium Group United Nations Social Impact Fund
Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Petroleum Brunei Myanmar (PBMY) Universal Robina Corporation
Globe Petroliam Nasional Berhad (PETRONAS) Varner Far East LTD
Gone Adventurin Plan International USAID Regional Development Mission for Asia
GTC Prime Minister’s Department Vantage Asia Holdings
H&M Prudence Foundation Veda International Corporation
Habitat for Humanity Prudential Assurance Malaysia Berhad Verisk Maplecroft
Hallmark & Crayola Prudential Life Assurance (Thailand) PCL VF Corporation
Hang Lung Properties PT. Lifung Indonesia VISA
Hedcor, Inc. PT. Merdeka Copper Gold Tbk Walgreens Boots Alliance Asia Sourcing Limited
Helikonia PTT Exploration and Production Public Company Limited Walmart
HelpAge International PTT Global Chemical Public Company Limited Wedu
Hilton PTT Public Company Limited WOCAN
Hongkong Land PwC Woolworths
HOST International Raksthai (CARE in Thailand) World Bank
HP Inc. Ramada D’MA Bangkok World CSR Day
Huashengda Zipper Co., Ltd. Ricoh WWF Malaysia
Huawei Technologies Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) Yellow Energy Initiative

 

Terms
& Conditions

ELEVATE Hong Kong Limited (“ELEVATE”)

DELEGATE TERMS & CONDITIONS

  1. Payments
    All bookings made prior to the conference must be paid in full to guarantee registration. Once payment has been received, an email confirmation and a receipt of payment will be sent. If payment is not made at the time of booking, registration will be provisional. Bookings received less than 2 weeks before the conference date can only be booked online and paid for using a credit card.
  1. Early Bird Rate
    In order to qualify for any ‘early bird’ rates, booking and direct payment must be received before the deadline date listed in the conference marketing material. Inclusive offers cannot be split between two people.
  1. Substitutions & Cancellations
    Delegates may nominate an alternative person from their organization to attend up to 24 hours prior to the start of the conference, at no extra charge assuming that the substitute person holds the same membership status or additional fees may be required. All substitutions and cancellations must be received in writing.Should substitution not be possible, cancellation charges apply as follows:
    – 8 weeks or more prior to start of event: 10% of the delegate fee
    – 4 weeks prior to start of event: 50% of the delegate fee
    – 4 weeks or less prior to start of event: 100% of the delegate fee
  1. Access Requirements
    Delegates should advise of any special access requirements at the time of registration.
  1. Dietary Requirements
    Delegates should advise of any special dietary requirements at the time of registration.
  1. Registration Information
    Registration information will be sent to registered delegates by email at least 7 days prior to the event. Any delegate not receiving the registration information should contact us by email to [email protected].
  1. Alterations to Program – Cancellation/Postponement of Event
    (a) ELEVATE/CSR Asia reserves the right to make alterations to the conference program, venue and timings.
    (b) In the unlikely event of the conference being cancelled by ELEVATE/CSR Asia, a full refund will be made. Liability will be limited to the amount of the fee, if any, paid by the delegate.
    (c) In the event of it being found necessary, for whatever reason, that the conference is being postponed or the dates being changed, the organizers shall not be liable for any expenditure, damage or loss incurred by the delegate.
    (d) If by re-arrangement or postponement the conference can take place, the booking between the delegate and the organizers shall remain in force and will be subject to the cancellation schedule in paragraph 3.
  1. Speakers
    Views expressed by speakers are their own. ELEVATE/CSR Asia cannot accept liability for advice given, or views expressed, by any speaker at the conference or in any material provided to delegates.
  1. Photography & Filming
    For promotional purposes, there may be a professional photographer and video production taking place during the conference. Delegates who do not wish to be filmed or recorded should advise the organizers by email to [email protected] prior to the event.
  1. Data Protection
    By submitting registration details, delegates agree to allow ELEVATE and companies associated with the conference to contact them regarding their services. Delegates who do not wish to receive such communications please email at [email protected]. The contact details of registered delegates will be placed on the attendee list which will be passed to sponsoring companies and to all attendees for them to see who is at the conference for the purpose of networking and meetings. Delegates who do not wish to be included on this list should advise at the time of booking.
  1. Websites & Links
    The conference and associated ELEVATE/CSR Asia websites may link to other websites and networking tools provided for the convenience of the delegates. The contents of these websites are maintained by their owners, for which ELEVATE/CSR Asia takes no responsibility. Neither can responsibility be taken for contents of any website linking to the ELEVATE/CSR Asia website.
  1. Insurance
    It is the responsibility of the delegate to arrange appropriate insurance cover in connection with their attendance at the conference. ELEVATE/CSR Asia cannot be held liable for any loss, liability or damage to personal property.

 

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