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Re-Imagining the Workplace with BritCham's Sustainability Action Group

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BritCham EU & Belgium is one of the first Chambers to launch a Sustainability Action Group for its members. With this group, we aim at inspiring our members to move towards more sustainable professional life experiences and business practices.

Our launch event will take place on Thursday 21st January at 12:00 CET. Harry Gaskell, Head of LTV, Purpose and Sustainability at Ernst & Young will be the guest speaker and talk about EY's innovative work on re-imagining the workplace. Harry has over 30 years of consulting experience focused on helping organisations make major changes to their business, culture or organisation.

This event will be introduced by the CEO of BritCham, Daniel Dalton and the Sustainability Action Group leadership, Tania Pencheva and Noemie de Crombrugghe. This will be followed by the keynote from Harry Gaskell and a Q&A session.

Who should attend?
Business leaders in medium and large companies. International companies. individuals and corporates interested in implementing and improving their Sustainable working practices.

This event is open to the Chamber network and is free to attend.

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Speakers

Confirmed Harry Gaskell

Harry Gaskell

Head of LTV, Purpose and Sustainability, Ernst & Young LLP
Harry is Innovation Leader and Partner. He is a member of UK&I Leadership and heads the UK&I Innovation Strategy team, EYX. Harry has over 30 years consulting experience focused on helping organisations make major changes to their business, culture or organisation. He ensures that EY uses digital technologies to support its clients’ transformations and to launch new innovative services. Prior to taking on this role, Harry was the Managing Partner of the 1700-strong UK&I Advisory business which he helped grow from scratch since re-joining EY in 2005. Before joining EY, Harry was a VP at a global leader in consulting, technology services and digital transformation business. He has an MA in physics from Corpus Christi College Oxford.

This event is held under the Chatham House Rule.

It aims to provide anonymity to speakers and to encourage openness and the sharing of information. It is now used throughout the world as an aid to free discussion. When a meeting, or part thereof, is held under the Chatham House Rule, participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s), nor that of any other participant, may be revealed.