Join us as we explore how to scale a business with mission-led purpose and ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) in mind. Topics will include how to balance growth with responsible business practices, aligning your mission with your growth strategy, and why it makes sense to measure your company’s impact beyond just the financial metrics.
Ready to push your entrepreneurial potential and meet likeminded others? Join us in person at CJBS. Doors open at 18:00 and we encourage you to arrive promptly as places are limited. We will allocate seats on a first-come, first-served basis.
Chaired by Diane Gorsky, Collaborations and Engagement Manager, Cambridge Conservation Initiative
- Tetdjim N. Arnaud, CEO, Carbon Reset
- Ben Kellard, Director of Business Strategy at Cambridge Institute for Sustainability
- Miha Pipan, CSO & Founder, Better Origin
If you are unable to attend this session after you have registered, we ask that you to cancel your seat as soon as possible to free it up for someone else.
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About Enterprise Tuesday
Enterprise Tuesday is a popular series for local entrepreneurs. The talks are open to everyone but prior registration is essential. We strongly recommend registering early to ensure you get a seat. There is limited seating capacity of 80 places for each talk.
Have a question? Please email the team at [email protected].
Find out more about future guest speakers and topics
Diane Gorsky, Collaborations and Engagement Manager, Cambridge Conservation Initiative
Diane is an organisational leader and strategic planner with 20+ years’ experience in the life sciences, conservation and higher education sectors. Diane currently works with the Cambridge Conservation Initiative, a centre of Cambridge Judge Business School. Diane has an MBA from the Rotman School of Business (University of Toronto) and a Certificate in Leadership from the MIT Sloan School of Management. With an interest in “purpose” at the corporate and personal levels, Diane has provided webinars and seminars on this topic at a range of international forums. Diane is also author of a practical, self-help workbook “60 Minutes to Reveal Your Purpose.”
Ben Kellard MSc, CIPD, Director of Business Strategy, CISL
Ben advises leading businesses on how to align their purpose and strategy with the transition to a sustainable economy. He specialises in developing best-practice for how to develop and integrate a sustainable purpose into an organisation. He authored the ‘Leading with a sustainable purpose’ report that captures practical insights from four leading businesses. As well as shaping CISL’s research into what a sustainable, purpose-driven business looks like, he collaborates with several international initiatives that share the same goal. He was on the steering committee of PAS 808, the first ever BSI standard for a sustainable purpose-led organisation.
He draws on over twenty years of experience as an organisational development consultant, eleven of which were with the international not-for-profit Forum for the Future.
Tetdjim N. Arnaud, CEO, Carbon Reset
Arnaud Tetdjim is a Chartered Structural Engineer and CEO of Carbon Reset Ltd. Carbon Reset Ltd is a ClimateTech company that helps companies offset their carbon footprint through nature-based solutions in the fight against climate changes. Carbon Reset enables companies to connect with high-value and quality nature-based projects in Africa. Uniquely their projects prioritise a scientific approach and actively seek to equip the next generation of leaders in Africa with the knowledge and resources to tackle climate change and protect the ecosystem and its biodiversity through partnering with schools and Universities in Chad (Africa) their projects facilitate quality education across four key themes: biodiversity, hydrology and ecology, Artificial intelligence, and bio-based sustainable construction.
Miha Pipan, CSO & Founder, Better Origin
Miha Pipan is Co-Founder and CSO of Better Origin. Better Origin aims to fix the broken food chain through AI-powered insect mini-farms inspired by the waste cycles found in nature. Through partnerships with supermarkets, Better Origin uses and converts local food waste into high-quality animal feed. In addition to tackling the scourge of food waste, their decentralised approach helps revive local food supply chains, all while reducing animal farming’s reliance on soy – a major cause of deforestation. Better Origin’s technology has recently underpinned the launch of Britain’s first planet-friendly, net zero egg through national retailer Morrisons. These eggs have been created thanks to their technology, which upcycles food wastes generated in Morrisons’ supply chain, turning them into insects, which in turn feed hens. This not only addresses a waste problem, but it helps reduce the egg supply chain’s reliance on soy imports.
Cambridge Judge Business School
9 May 2023
Start Time: 18:30
End Time: 21:00