Thank you! Sustainable Brands ’16 Sydney would not be possible without the help of our sponsors and partners.

Please join us in thanking them and take a minute to check out the innovative work they are initiating within their organisations and facilitating with others.

Strategic Partner

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Affiliate Partner

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Forum for the Future is an independent non-profit that works globally with business, government and others to solve complex sustainability challenges. We believe it is critical to transform the key systems we rely on to shape a brighter future and innovate for long-term success.

We have a 20-year track record of working in partnership with pioneering partners such as Unilever, PepsiCo, Skanska, AkzoNobel and Telefonica O2. We advise and challenge these organisations, both in one to one partnerships, and also as part of multi-stakeholder collaborations to address system-wide challenges.

Forum was voted one of the world’s 12 leading NGOs in sustainable development leadership in the 2015 Globescan/SustainAbility Sustainability Leaders Survey.

Find out more at www.forumforthefuture.org and follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Premier Partner

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Thailand Sustainable Development Foundation (TSDF) was established on 25th July 2014 with an objective to promote development that provides for balance and sustainability in the economy, society, environment, and culture, especially the application of “The Philosophy of Sufficiency Economy” both in local and international context. TSDF implements its activities via Thailand Sustainable Development Institute (TSDI).

TSDF promotes development that provides for balance and sustainability. It serves as a focal point for
(1) a body of knowledge regarding sustainable development at both local and international levels and
(2) area-based community development to ensure the success of balanced, continued and sustainable growth.

To research, collect and disseminate a body of knowledge regarding sustainable development for further practical application.

A body of knowledge is divided into three areas, as follows:

1. The principles of the sufficiency economy philosophy and knowledge gleaned from experience with development projects initiated by His Majesty the King and members of the royal family.

2. Knowledge gleaned from area-based development initiatives to create economic, social, environmental and cultural balances for local communities.

3. Knowledge and development at both local and international levels, which are based on sustainable development concepts.


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Republic of Everyone is half consultancy, half creative agency. It’s a strange mix, but one that works.

We work with Australia’s leading companies to make doing good, good for business.

We believe the perfect company is one where brand, sustainability & community all work together to create better products, bigger profits and a better world.

We’re always looking for like-minded individuals and companies to join us on the journey.

Supporting Partner

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PIQET is a streamlined Life Cycle Assessment tool used by leading global material suppliers, packaging companies and brand owners to improve sustainability throughout the supply chain, compare and benchmark design options and improvements, communicate environmental benefits effectively and build capacity in their teams to integrate sustainability into their business decisions.



Global GreenTagCertTM simplifies product selection and maximises green product access to Green Star® projects. Recognised for all products and projects in the new GBCA ‘Sustainable Products’ credit in: • Design & As Built v1.1’; • Interiors v1.1’; and • ‘Performance’ rating tools. GreenTag EPDs also comply with the ‘Comparative Life Cycle Impacts’ credits

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Offset Partners

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Climate Friendly delivers end-to-end sustainability solutions.

Climate Friendly is a trusted advisor and experienced partner to companies around the world wanting to build and increase business value. We help organisations save energy, reduce costs and build broader commercial value while addressing environmental and social impacts.

Our custom-made solutions provide multiple benefits for our customers.

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The primary aim of the government managed GreenPower Program is to help drive investment in new renewable energy generation in Australia (post 1997).
It is one of Australia’s most popular forms of voluntary renewable energy.

The Program allows households and businesses to proactively displace all, or some, of their electricity usage with government certified renewable energy. This renewable energy is then added to Australia’s electricity grids on their behalf.

By purchasing GreenPower, customers are helping to support Australia’s renewable energy sector (and the jobs it provides), and are reducing their impact on the environment at the same time.

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Media Partners

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Providing a powerful voice for the waste management, resource, recovery and emerging sustainability sectors. Sustainability Matters showcases the latest products, technology and sustainable solutions for industry, government and business across Australia and New Zealand. Comprising a bi-monthly magazine (print and digital), website and eNewsletter, subscription is free to qualified industry professionals.



Host Partners


MCI is the world’s largest provider of strategic engagement and activation solutions and has been a key driver of innovation in the meetings, events, association and congress industries since 1987. Through creative live experiences and digitization, globalization, brand enhancement and content strategies, MCI helps multinational companies and international associations enhance organizational performance, grow globally, energize communities and drive business results. An independent, privately held company with headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, MCI’s 1,800 professionals in 60 cities and 32 countries help clients across Europe, the Americas, Asia-Pacific, India, the Middle East and Africa unlock their potential and deliver real change.

MCI’s pioneering and award-winning Sustainability Consultancy advises cities, governments, associations and corporations on how to accelerate transformation, catalyse innovation and enhance brand reputation. With over 700 high-profile environmental, social and governance (ESG) events managed to date and industry-wide recognition for our pioneering sustainable event management, ISO certification consulting and sustainability reporting, we have become the world’s leading organiser of sustainable events and events about sustainability. Find out more at www.mci-group.com and www.mcisustainability.com.


The Banksia Foundation (www.banksiafdn.com) not-for-profit organisation dedicated to working with industry and community to focus attention on the recognition of excellence in sustainability.  For over 25 years the Banksia Sustainability Awards program have rewarded Australian individuals, communities, businesses and government for their innovation, achievement and commitment to sustainability. The 2015 Banksia Sustainability Awards comprise of 13 category Awards and 4 specialist Awards, including the Richard Pratt, Visy CEO Award, the winners of which will be announced at a grand function following the SBA CEO Forum Lunch.


Established in Australia in 1991, SBA (www.sba.asn.au) the longest operating Australian Business NGO galvanizing Australian business to be world leaders in sustainable development, not just by embracing its values and the triple bottom line approach that it drives within AND across a company, but by also realizing its commercial value for shareholders, investors and consumers through the products, technologies and services that it brings to the national and global marketplace. SBA’s members include leading Australian businesses and enterprises, from all sectors, who share a commitment to economic, environmental and social development. SBA represents around 50 member companies, public sector enterprises and institutions, BINGOs and community organisations, which in turn represent 100,000+ Australian employees.

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