In her keynote, global keynote speaker and business leader Susanna Hasenoehrl shows how corporate leaders can tackle imminent climate risks and make the most of the sustainable business opportunities. Susanna illustrates the material topics all business leaders must know about the myriad economic dependencies on our physical environment - with a clarity never seen before. Whether dissecting capital markets’ responses to ESG ratings or the impact of greenwashing on the brand, Susanna cuts through the noise.
She provides the very latest, comprehensive, global evidence, making the case for corporate climate action evident - now. What the audience will take away from Susanna's talk: A thorough understanding of the material climate risk landscape. The urgency of action required from a regulatory and business opportunity perspective. A how-to guide with best practices from exemplary, sizeable businesses and brands.
Susanna Hasenoehrl works as Director Asia at Yara International, the crop nutrition company for the future. She is responsible for growth & of the company’s digital farming solutions aimed at the 350 million smallholders in Asia, and the Sustainability Lead. Her previous career spans global leadership roles at Siemens, Nokia, and leading start-ups, including the world’s 1st free mobile operator Blyk, the world’s largest migraine patient community, and the healthy nutrition recommendation engine Joice.
Susanna delivers talks in English, German and Finnish, her mother tongue. Holding a Masters in International Business from the University of Innsbruck, Austria, and SKEMA France, she is also a certified leadership coach and an Associate Member of the Asian Professional Speakers Singapore (APSS).
Excellent insights into our fragile business - and natural - world. Powerfully delivered, well-structured with many new ways of understanding ESG and how we all can make a difference - through our companies and our private lives.
Absolutely amazing sustainability keynote. I loved the amount of data Susanna shared, plus her ‘wheel’ gave me a great structure to think about business and relevant climate matters. All company boards should hear her talk.