[Hanoi] Sustainable Design for a better world

Date: 30/11/2022

Time: 14:00 – 17:00

Location: Van Long fine dinning – 65 Ham Long, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi

Showcase some sustainable design projects, which take into account the materials used, the production processes and their capable of reducing the environmental impact.

You may hear a lot about Sustainable Design and in this section, we have set ourselves the task of showing you some sustainable design projects, which take into account the materials used, the production processes and their capable of reducing the environmental impact.

If you are entrepreneur, designer, marketer, NGO, or working in R&D… this event is the perfect match to get more ideas and understanding about Sustainable Design.

You are encouraged to bring your own product to the event and join the discussion with us. Let’s explore what other alumni are constantly doing to apply Sustainable Design in their business.

Event: Offline

Venue: Van Long fine dinning – 65 Ham Long, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi

Our guest speaker: 

 

Mr. Thane Taithongchai – Deputy General Director at Starprint

Starprint is exploring new packaging materials that can fill the shortfall and also cater to growing global demand for sustainable packaging – a topic that Thane is passionate about.

While flexible plastic is still used in Vietnam for cost reasons, international clients expect eco-friendlier alternatives.

Regular packaging is now at the core of Starprint and their customers including Nestlé, Unilever and Colgate

 

 

Ms. Tran Thi Hai – Footprint Program Strategic Advisor at WWF- Viet Nam

Since her training in Agricultural Economics and International Social development in Australia, Hai has been serving the development sector in Viet Nam for almost 20 years.

She has played various roles in both international and local non-Government organizations in Viet Nam and worked on a range of issues, including natural resource management, climate smart agriculture and livelihoods, civil society and community development and organization development.

 

 

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