Materiality is the topic of our first quarter roundtable in 2015.
Materiality: What is it? Why should you do it? How do you do it? How can it shape strategy and increase your impact? How can it help you create a Sustainable Supply Chain?
Hint: Materiality helps prioritize sustainability issues. When you use materiality in sustainability strategy development you ensure your company’s focuses on the priority issues and provide rigor and clarity to your business case.
Date: Thursday, February 19th, 2015 – 7:00am-12noon
Location: Disclosed to attendees – metro Milwaukee
Conversation Starter: David Meyer – Senior Consultant with EORM – expert in Materiality and Sustainable Supply Chain.
Remember: It is more than just the conversation starter. We’re all experts in the room. Whether you are a seasoned veteran or just starting your company’s sustainability journey, we all bring a wealth of knowledge, perspective, and experience to the table. Come engage the conversation with us.
Interested in attending or learning how your company can become involved in the Milwaukee Sustainability Roundtable? Contact Matthew at 414-939-3594
Conversation Starter Bio: Dave Meyer – An Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) and sustainability-focused practitioner with a strong background in corporate governance and compliance issues, Dave Meyer has a deep track record of success in leading organizations in leveraging regulatory compliance & organizational risks. His recent experience with EORM has been focused on responsible supply chain management, integrated management systems, corporate materiality assessments and responsibility reporting, and embedded sustainability strategy and implementation. He has extensive expertise with a diverse mix of industries including university and healthcare laboratories, pharmaceutical/biotech, renewable energy, semiconductor, defense, food products/agriculture, consumer electronics, mining, aerospace, forest products, transportation, public works, transportation, financial, legal and government sectors.
Coming in 2015: – in person and virtual
- Sustainable Supply Chain
- Transparency vs Legal
- Employee Engagement
- Language of Finance
- Green Marketing
- Trends in Sustainability