Impact 2023

28 September, 9:00am - 5:00pm

Ham Yard Hotel, 1 Ham Yard, London W1D 7DT

The great challenge of our lifetime, and how we must solve it together

Thank you for joining us at Impact 2023. 

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With growing calls for a green recovery and societal acceleration in fighting climate change – business, policy makers and consumers need to walk hand in hand. Join us at Impact 2023 to hone in on the key issues and solutions in helping us reduce our footprint, and together reaching the United Nations sustainable development goals. At Impact you will meet businesses making real impactful changes to their operations, business models being turned upside down, politicians and policy makers working alongside corporates, and the next generation entrepreneurs and ideas shaping our future.

This is Impact 

Impact is a yearly gathering bringing together stakeholders from across relevant industries and some of the greatest thinkers from both Sweden and the UK to discuss the way to a green recovery.

This full day event brings together 200+ business leaders, entrepreneurs, politicians, thought-leaders and academics from both the UK and Sweden.

See the programme from Impact 2023

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Registration & Breakfast



Fredrik Warneryd, Chief Executive, Swedish Chamber of Commerce


Nik Gowing, Director and Founder, Thinking the Unthinkable, and Master of Ceremonies

Hanna Grahn, Climate Action Manager, Spotify, and Master of Ceremonies

Reflections ahead of the 28th United Nations Climate Change Conference

Rt Hon Sir Alok Sharma KCMG MP

Fossil-free steel & rare earth material - a realistic vision?

The pressure of actualising the transition towards a world of zero emissions is increasing drastically, hence the need for fossil-free steel, and securing rare earth supply chains is becoming more important as civilisations around the world keep developing. Just recently, SSAB and LKAB, together with Vattenfall, launched HYBRIT, as a first step towards a fossil-free steel production. A pilot plant is currently up and running, and a full-scale demonstration plant is planned to become operational in 2026.

Thomas Hörnfeldt, Vice President Sustainability & Public Affairs, SSAB

Darren Wilson, Chief Executive Officer, LKAB Minerals

Driving the energy transition of the green society

The debate about the supply of energy storage has been on the rise lately, not least regarding finding alternative ways to efficiently balance the energy supply and demand. How will actors within the industry manage the rapid increase of demand in light of arising green societies, and are the developments moving fast enough?

Lisa Christie, Interim Country Manager UK, Vattenfall

Tom Darell, Chief Executive Officer, Nord Pool AS

Innovative solutions for sustainable heating in the UK

The acceleration of green energy sources is taking pace and new solutions are about to enter the UK market. Until today, installing an environmentally friendly domestic heating system has been a rather expensive operation. In addition, heating of houses is one major source to leakage of carbon emission, accounting for 10% of all direct emissions in Europe. Sustainable solutions for a lower price are on the way but what are the main barriers for implementation?

James Beal, Renewable Energy Specialist, Department for Business & Trade

Pamela Brown, Group CMO and Commercial Director UK, Aira

Charlotte Lee, Chief Executive, Heat Pump Association

Coffee Break


Carbon Capture Storage is go, it is about when not if

Carbon Capture is becoming crucial to meet sustainability and environmental goals across the globe. Customer demand is increasing but how can it be rolled out in an efficient and cost-effective manner?

Dewi ab-Iorwerth, Head of Marketing, Storegga Storage

The potential to deliver climate-neutral logistics

A decarbonised and intelligent logistics sector requires working with stakeholders across the public realm and energy players to redesign systemic change. What challenges lie ahead, and what are the potentials in delivering climate-neutral logistics?

Pia Berglund, Director Public- and Regulatory Affairs, Einride

Per Tunell, Vice President, Sustainability & Business Development, Wallenius

Sustainable Cities

Green architect solutions are an essential part in making a city appealing for future citizens. The city of Copenhagen has been awarded for their thriving sustainability work, hence constitute for a remarkable benchmark for other city builders. How can city developers learn from each other to improve the living condition in today’s societies, and what alternative practices can government apply for creating the worlds’ most sustainable cities?

Lykke Leonardsen, Head of Program for Resilient and Sustainable City Solutions, City of Copenhagen

David Mason, Environmental Technical Director, Skanska

Anna Lisa McSweeney, Head of Sustainability UK, White Arkitekter

Greentech entrepreneurs pitching on stage

Six aspiring start- and scale-up Greentech businesses pitch their business ideas to the audience – who vote for their favourite.









Sustainable horizons: navigating climate challenges, a fossil-free future and the transformation of our green economy

Svante Axelsson, National Coordinator, Fossil Free Sweden

The Value of Building a Sustainable Brand

The sustainability perception of a brand is becoming a key factor in consumer behaviour. How do you build a sustainable brand and what is its implications?

Erik Elvingsson Hedén, Managing Director, SB insight & Founder, Sustainable Brand Index

The road to net-zero - Green Consumerism & the Product Cycle

The customer experience is undergoing an unprecedented transition. The shift from high street to online, the impacts of globalisation and a generation focused on making sure that waste doesn’t exist. How are wholesalers and retailers reducing the negative impact of products on both people and the environment through the supply chain?

Marcus Hartmann, Public Affairs & Sustainability Manager - Region North, H&M

Johanna Ljunggren, Global Head of Sustainability, Kinnarps

Innovation in Waste Management

All industries are required to further develop a sustainable waste management system to effectively reduce their climate footprint. How do businesses today operate to manage their waste, hence contribute to a green future without carbon dioxide emissions?

Natasha Temple, Head of Waste to Value and Circular Economy, Department for Business and Trade

Vianney Valès, Chief Executive Officer, Wastefront

Dr Stuart Wagland, Deputy Director of Research, Centre for Renewable and Low Carbon Energy, Cranfield University

Climate Finance 2.0 – Securing The Ground for Transition Investments

Hans Beyer, Chief Sustainability Officer, SEB

Investing in Impact

Clever investments, credibility and accurate measurements play a vital role in the road to a green recovery. A variety of solutions have been put forward and the need for proper analysis becomes essential when the world points criticism regarding the degree of transparency of green investments. How can future funding accelerate the transition to a clean, resilient, and sustainable economy?

Sebastian Cameron, General Counsel, Just Climate

Michael Sheren, Fellow & Vice-Chair of Banking Environment Initiative, Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership

Anna Skoglund, Head of Financial and Strategic Investors Group EMEA, Goldman Sachs

Closing & Summary

Nik Gowing, Director and Founder, Thinking the Unthinkable, and Master of Ceremonies

Hanna Grahn, Climate Action Manager, Spotify, and Master of Ceremonies

Networking and Mingle


Confirmed speakers

Rt Hon Sir Alok Sharma KCMG MP

Rt Hon Sir Alok Sharma KCMG MP

Elected as an MP in 2010, Alok previously worked in investment banking based out of London, Frankfurt and Stockholm.

He has served in a range of ministerial positions and was appointed President Designate of the 26th UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in 2020, alongside his role as Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. 

In 2021 he took on the COP26 role full-time, leading the UK’s work in bringing together the world to tackle climate change and getting almost 200 countries to sign-up to the historic Glasgow Climate Pact. 

Alok was knighted in the 2023 New Year’s honours for services to tackling climate change.

Svante Axelsson

Svante Axelsson

National Coordinator, Fossil Free Sweden

Svante Axelsson was appointed National Coordinator of Fossil Free Sweden by the Government in 2016. He is an agronomist and was previously Secretary-General of the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation. Fossil Free Sweden is working to increase the pace of the climate transition. The goal is to build a strong industrial sector and to create more jobs and export opportunities by going fossil free.

22 business sectors have produced roadmaps for fossil-free competitiveness within the frame work of Fossil Free Sweden. The roadmaps contain both commitments and political proposals. Fossil Free Sweden works to make the implementation of the roadmaps possible and are also developing strategies around different areas to speed up the transition.

The initiative is run by an office headed by the national coordinator. By working with companies, industries, municipalities and regions, Fossil Free Sweden is identifying obstacles and opportunities in order to accelerate developments. On that basis, Fossil Free Sweden produces political proposals that are presented to the Government and brings together actors to implement measures.


James Beal

James Beal

Renewable Energy Specialist, Department for Business & Trade

James Beal works across HM Government on low carbon heating. Previously James headed up the cross Government offshore wind investment organization but now focuses that learning on enabling a transition to low carbon heating solutions, delivering a cost effective net zero solution whilst stimulating and gain local economic benefit. James’ main focuses are on the growth of heat pumps and heat networks.

Pia Berglund

Pia Berglund

Director Public- and Regulatory Affairs, Einride

Einride is a Swedish technology company that develops and provides freight mobility solutions based on electric and autonomous vehicles, leading the transition to sustainable transport and provide it’s services in Europe as well as in the US. Pia Berglund is a lawyer and has a long carrier within the maritime field in governmental functions, working within the EU sphere as well as heading the Swedish Shipowners' Association. Logistic and transport has been part of her carrier for over thirty years. In her role as Director of Public- and Regulatory Affairs at Einride she will work to ensure that the policy perspective supports the transformation to a connected, electrified and autonom transport sector.

Hans Beyer

Hans Beyer

Chief Sustainability Officer, SEB

Hans Beyer joined SEB in 2002 as Head of Fixed Income and Derivatives. He later was appointed Global Head of Fixed Income and Head of Institutional Banking. From March 2020 he is Chief Sustainability Officer.
Beyer has a background at Öhman Fondkommission and Goldman Sachs, before joining Swedbank – ending as Deputy Head of Merchant Bank. He has taken part in the EU regulatory development as an expert – for MiFID 2 and Corporate Bond Markets – and is a board member of Gamla Liv.
Beyer holds a degree in Financial Economics from Stockholm School of Economics.

Pamela Brown

Pamela Brown

Group CMO and Commercial Director UK, Aira

With over 20 years’ experience in the industry, Pamela has been responsible for leading global marketing strategies for notable household named brands in the technology sector. 
As CMO for Aira, Pamela leads a team of marketers to deliver strategic marcoms, driving engagement and growth to deliver on the brand’s ambition to decarbonise residential heating across Europe. 
Prior to joining Aira, Pamela was CMO for Vodafone’s Smart Tech portfolio, building new propositions to drive engagement and growth across PR, ATL, social, digital and insights. In her time at Vodafone, she was responsible for creating strategic advantages that transform the way people stay connected by developing meaningful products and experiences. In 2022, she was recognised by Campaign’s 40 over 40 for her disruptive approach to new and growing categories.   
Pamela has also held senior marketing leadership positions at Aldermore Bank, British Gas and connected homes brand, Hive.  

Sebastian Cameron

Sebastian Cameron

General Counsel, Just Climate

Sebastian is the General Counsel to Just Climate. Previously, Sebastian was a Director at Generation Investment Management and a member of the Global Credit and Growth Equity strategies. Prior to this, Sebastian was a solicitor at Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP, advising on a broad range of corporate and financial transactions. Whilst completing his studies, Sebastian worked at the UK Financial Services Authority and the World Bank in Washington, D.C.

Sebastian received an MA in English Language and Literature with first-class honours from Magdalen College, University of Oxford. He received post-graduate diplomas with distinction from BPP Law School and the College of Law and is a Solicitor to the Senior Courts of England and Wales. Sebastian is a CFA Charterholder.

Lisa Christie

Lisa Christie

Interim Country Manager UK, Vattenfall

Lisa has been Vattenfall’s UK Director of Public & Regulatory Affairs since April 2018, and was appointed Interim Country Manager in April 2023.  Her previous experience includes running the Public Affairs team at Centrica plc, working for public affairs consultancy Politics International, and a number of roles in Westminster working for the Liberal Democrat Party.

She is a corporate affairs expert with significant experience advising Board members and implementing integrated strategic corporate communications strategies.

Lisa is a graduate of the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne where she gained an undergraduate degree in Politics, and an MA in International Political Economy.

Tom Darell

Tom Darell

Chief Executive Officer, Nord Pool AS

Tom Darell joined Nord Pool as Chief Executive Officer in April 2022. Nord Pool is a leading power exchange, operating the physical power market for Day ahead and Intraday in 16 European countries. Since 2020 Nord Pool has been majority owned by Euronext.
Tom was previously Executive Vice President for Energy in Volue, with overall responsibility for the power trading business, market analysis and forecasting business and the power production optimization and trading software business. Prior to this he held the position of Executive Vice President for Energy in Powel, as well as executive positions at Avaya and at Ericsson, where he served as Vice President Sales for their Southeast Asia and Oceania operations. 
Tom started his career in Gemini Consulting and Cap Gemini in Oslo where he led the Telecom & Media practice. He holds a Master of Business Administration from IESE Business School in Spain and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Oregon. 

Erik Elvingsson Hedén

Erik Elvingsson Hedén

Managing Director, SB insight & Founder, Sustainable Brand Index

Erik Elvingsson Hedén is the Managing Director of SB Insight and the founder of Sustainable Brand Index™, Europe’s largest brand study on sustainability.

Nik Gowing

Nik Gowing

Director and Founder, Thinking the Unthinkable, and Master of Ceremonies

Nik Gowing was the main news presenter for BBC World News (1996-2014), and he has 35 years of analytical experience in diplomacy, defence and international security. In 2018 Nik Gowing, along with Chris Langdon, released the book Thinking the Unthinkable: A new imperative for leadership in the digital age.

Hanna Grahn

Hanna Grahn

Climate Action Manager, Spotify, and Master of Ceremonies

Hanna joined Spotify in 2021 to head its climate-related work and Spotify is committed to combat climate change, both in terms of reaching net zero emission operations by 2030 and by leveraging its platform to inspire, engage and educate listeners and creators globally. Prior to Spotify, Hanna was Senior Sustainability Specialist at the private Equity firm EQT, supporting the organisation, its wide range of portfolio companies and the broader financial industry on sustainability topics. Other work experience includes advising companies on sustainability communication and public affairs. She holds an MSc in Finance from Stockholm School of Economics.

Marcus Hartmann

Marcus Hartmann

Public Affairs & Sustainability Manager - Region North, H&M

Marcus joined H&M in 2022 to head public affairs and sustainability across seven markets in North Europe. H&M has high ambitions to lead the fashion industry towards a more circular and sustainable future with Science Based Targets to achieve net zero by 2040. 

Prior to joining H&M Marcus has worked in the food industry and telecom sector with communication, public affairs, and sustainability. He has also worked in the Swedish Parliament as political advisor and in the Swedish Government Offices as political advisor and chief of staff at the Ministry for Culture.

Thomas Hörnfeldt

Thomas Hörnfeldt

Vice President Sustainability & Public Affairs, SSAB

Thomas Hörnfeldt is Vice President Sustainability & Public Affairs at SSAB and has an MBA from Uppsala University and an MSc from KTH in Stockholm. He has vast experience in general management & sales, market intelligence as well as sustainability. In addition, Thomas has been Managing Director of Ruukki Sverige, Senior Vice President & International Sales at Ruukki Metals Ltd, Vice President at Atlas Copco Dynapac and Vice President Corporate Marketing & Sales at steel provider Ovako. His career started at ABB, which he left as Vice President in 2004, after almost 13 years of management positions in the metals industry activities. Thomas has unique insights into the incorporation of sustainability into the business model of the organization.

Dewi ab-Iorwerth

Dewi ab-Iorwerth

Head of Marketing, Storegga Storage

Dewi leads the Marketing activities for Storegga’s growing portfolio of CO2 stores.  He brings more than 30 years of experience in the European energy industry.

Following a degree in Natural Gas Engineering, Dewi had 20 years in the Utility and Oil & Gas sectors (Centrica and BP respectively). For the 8 years leading up to 2020, Dewi supported several small, CCS-focused start-ups based in the UK and NW Europe. Dewi has extensive experience in building and leading small businesses with CCS and power development projects in UK, Europe, Australia and Middle East. 

Dewi has been with Storegga since January 2020. Originally appointed to lead on all commercial matters for the Acorn Hydrogen project. More recently, Dewi’s experiences are now enabling Storegga to build its emerging business beyond Acorn and into new low-carbon and international CCS opportunities. 

Charlotte Lee

Charlotte Lee

Chief Executive, Heat Pump Association

Charlotte joined the Heat Pump Association in April 2023 as their first Chief Executive. Having spent the previous 10 years at NAPIT, a UKAS accredited Certification Body for installers in the Building Services and Fabric sectors, culminating in leading their external affairs function, Charlotte has a wealth of knowledge in the practicalities and policy that surrounds the retrofitting of the UK housing stock, specifically relating to heat pumps. Charlotte brings a strong understanding of the vital role of the installer and the importance of consumer demand and industry collaboration in affecting change. 

Lykke Leonardsen

Lykke Leonardsen

Head of Program for Resilient and Sustainable City Solutions, City of Copenhagen

Lykke Leonardsen has more than 25 years of experience from various fields of urban development – from regeneration, economic development and physical planning.

During her 15 years in the Technical and Environmental Administration in the City of Copenhagen she has been heading the development of the adaptation programs of the city which includes the adaptation plan, the citywide cloudburst management plan and the storm surge management plan. She has also worked with the development and implementation of the Climate Action Plan of the city – aiming to become carbon neutral by 2025.

Currently she is running the program for Sustainable and Resilient City Solutions in Copenhagen working as an ambassador for Copenhagen’s climate solutions. The program aims at sharing Copenhagen’s results in the process of becoming carbon neutral and also how to work with the implementation of ambitious climate adaptation solutions. The program involves international collaboration with cities such as New York, Washington DC, Boston, Houston, Beijing and Buenos Aires.

Since 2020 Lykke Leonardsen is part time to seconded to C40 as senior manager for the Water Safe Cities program, providing technical assistance to cities regarding climate change related water challenges.

Johanna Ljunggren

Johanna Ljunggren

Global Head of Sustainability, Kinnarps

Johanna Ljunggren is Head of Sustainability at Kinnarps and has over 10 years of experience working with sustainability within the interior design industry. She leads the company’s sustainability agenda and has a strong focus on circular economy related to materials and product design as well as services and business models. She holds an MSc in environmental science from Karlstad University.

Johanna is a member of the board of the 100 Group, an association that brings together different actors within the interior design industry and through cooperation works for a sustainable and circular transition.

David Mason

David Mason

Environmental Technical Director, Skanska

David brings more than two decades of expertise in facilitating a diverse array of construction and infrastructure projects. His extensive experience equips him with a solid understanding of sustainability within the construction industry. In his leadership capacity within Skanska’s Environment division, David spearheads the Net Zero Carbon strategy, while concurrently lending his support to innovation initiatives aimed at augmenting sustainability outcomes.


Leveraging his comprehensive knowledge within the industry, David brings expert insight on the carbon impacts associated with construction and has a proven track record of delivering carbon reductions at both project and organisation level.  He offers unique insight into how the approach taken during construction will feed into a wider more sustainable city ecosystem.  

Anna Lisa McSweeney

Anna Lisa McSweeney

Head of Sustainability UK, White Arkitekter

Anna Lisa is UK Head of Sustainability at White Arkitekter London, contributing strategic sustainability initiatives company-wide, and leading the circular economy and climate networks, a part of the White Research Lab.

As a founding member of ACAN she coordinated the planning policy and existing buildings working groups, contributing to publications including ‘Climate Emergency Conservation Area Retrofit Toolkit’, and ‘The Carbon Footprint of Construction’ report. On the Architects Declare steering committee, she supports signatory practices in the transition towards regenerative design through knowledge-sharing and engaging stakeholders, policy makers and the media. Her advocacy for nature-based solutions at the Velindre Cancer Centre aims to make it the UK's greenest hospital, promoting healthier and lower impact lifestyles.

Vianney Valès

Vianney Valès

Chief Executive Officer, Wastefront

Vianney Valès is the CEO of Wastefront. He was first introduced to Wastefront by its liquid offtaker Vitol in 2019, and was initially engaged with the Norwegian company in his former position as CEO of Devaltec LLC, a project developer and solutions provider in new and sustainable energies. He brings to Wastefront a wealth of experience in leading innovative projects and technologies to commercial success. His rigorous approach to project management ensures a systematic mitigation of risks while maximising profitability. Valès is a vastly experienced oil and gas executive, having worked at some of the largest global companies in the sector, working both in Europe and North America. Valès studied at École Polytechnique, IFP School and the University of Pennsylvania.

Michael Sheren

Michael Sheren

Fellow & Vice-Chair of Banking Environment Initiative, Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership

Michael Sheren is a global leader in sustainable finance, green fintech and climate risk. He is President and CSO of the digital green exchange MVGX and a former Bank of England Senior Advisor and G20 Chairman. Michael is also a Fellow at Cambridge University Institute of Sustainable Leadership and Senior Advisor to the United Nations Development Programme Finance Hub. 

Anna Skoglund

Anna Skoglund

Head of Financial and Strategic Investors Group EMEA, Goldman Sachs

Anna is head of the Financial and Strategic Investors Group in EMEA, responsible for covering private equity clients in the Investment Banking Division (IBD). She is a member of the Partnership Committee, co-chair of the European Inclusion and Diversity Committee, co-head of the EMEA Women's Network and a managing director ally of the LGBTQ+ Network. Anna is also an investment champion for Launch With GS, Goldman Sachs’ $1 billion investment strategy grounded in the firm's data-driven thesis that diverse teams drive strong returns.

Anna joined Goldman Sachs in 1996 as a financial analyst in the Credit Department in London. She moved to the Communication, Media and Technology Group in IBD in 1998, working on equity, debt and mergers and acquisitions transactions for telecommunications and media clients throughout Europe. In 2002, Anna transferred to the Consumer Retail Group to cover a number of consumer and retail sectors and spent time in the Consumer Retail Group in New York in 2008. She moved to the Financial and Strategic Investors Group in 2012. She was named managing director in 2007 and partner in 2018.

Natasha Temple

Natasha Temple

Head of Waste to Value and Circular Economy, Department for Business and Trade

Natasha Temple leads the Waste to Value and Circular Economy team in the Department for Business and Trade. Natasha is highly experienced in both supporting UK businesses export their expertise and capabilities overseas and attracting inward investment into the UK's waste to value and circular economy sectors. 

Per Tunell

Per Tunell

Vice President, Sustainability & Business Development, Wallenius

Per Tunell is a Naval Architect with more than 25 years in the shipping industry. He has been working as a ship surveyor, project manager of several newbuildings, Head of Environmental Management and Chief Operating Officer at Wallenius Marine and is now Vice President, Sustainability & Business Development at Soya Group (the Wallenius Group)

Per Tunell has been speaking about the Wallenius Marine vision: “Leading the way towards truly sustainable shipping” all over the world, and how that vision has led to concrete results. Today, Wallenius Marine is using big data and lean processes to ensure energy efficiency, have a highly skilled crew with a strong environmental engagement and has now also developed a new vessel concept with wind as main propulsion.

Dr Stuart Wagland

Dr Stuart Wagland

Deputy Director of Research, Centre for Renewable and Low Carbon Energy, Cranfield University

Dr Wagland is an experienced waste management professional, applying his background in chemistry to understanding waste characteristics, developing novel analysis techniques and recovering value from waste materials. He has a PhD in waste chemistry from Cranfield University and his other degrees include a BSc (Hons) in Chemistry and an MSc in Display Technology (physics, chemistry and electronic engineering). 

Dr Wagland has expertise in the properties of solid waste materials, the recovery of resources, the energy potential of UK waste streams and enhanced landfill mining.  His expertise spans waste and fuel characterisation techniques, waste treatment technologies and energy recovery processes (including anaerobic digestion, incineration, gasification and pyrolysis). Dr Wagland’s work on UK-wide assessment of waste contributed to substantial government investment in a demonstrator advanced thermal treatment facility aimed at accelerating the development of the UK capability in advanced thermal conversion.

Darren Wilson

Darren Wilson

Chief Executive Officer, LKAB Minerals

Darren Wilson is the Chief Executive Officer of LKAB Minerals which is part of the Swedish State owned iron ore mining company LKAB. The key objective for the Minerals division is to maximise value and sustainable resource efficiency from LKAB mining by-products through multiple routes to market. In addition, LKAB Minerals processes minerals internationally specialising in using mining and processing by-products into construction, agriculture and specialist value-adding industries. With operations across Europe and sales offices from Chicago to Shanghai, LKAB Minerals operates in 12 countries.

Darren joined LKAB in 2013 as the UK Managing Director having previously worked in various roles for the French Construction Materials company Saint-Gobain. In his time at LKAB, he has taken a leading role in both significantly growing the business as well changing the product focus towards sustainable material by-products. Outside of LKAB he is the Chair of the CBIs East Midlands Regional Council.

This is Impact

On 28 September, the Swedish Chamber of Commerce for the UK gathered 20+ speakers for Impact 2023, a yearly sustainability conference. The conference addressed key issues and solutions to help us reduce our footprint, and how we together can reach the United Nations' sustainable development goals. Joined by businesses making an impactful change to their operations, as well as discussing business models, politicians and policymakers working alongside corporates, and the next generation entrepreneurs and ideas shaping our future.

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