Event report

Past Event | A conversation with Mrs. Isabelle Kocher de Leyritz, Chairman and CEO of Blunomy

Blunomy and the French Chamber of Commerce in Singapore organised an exclusive CEO talk with Mrs. Isabelle Kocher de Leyritz. Isabelle is the chairman, CEO, and co-founder of Blunomy, an innovative startup organisation which was developed specifically to accelerate the move towards a decarbonised, more circular and more inclusive economy.

Isabelle presented Blunomy’s end-to-end sustainability practices and how the company works with players to crack transition challenges. She also shared with the audience about her perception of Singapore and how the city is transitioning, as well as the opportunities and challenges of energy transition in the region.

Through an inspiring and interactive fireside chat between Mrs. Isabelle Kocher de Leyritz; Mr. Olivier Ménard, Head of Green & Sustainable Finance at Natixis and Mr. Pierre Lelong, Head of Blunomy Singapore, Isabelle and Pierre emphasized on the urgency of individuals and organisations to contribute to a more sustainable world and adopt sustainable practices which can in a long run create new business opportunities and long-term value for the business.  

Key takeaways and highlights (thank you to Mr. Jon Loken, Head of ESG Digital Products at Blunomy)

  • "As businesses, we have a responsibility to contribute to a more sustainable world. It is not only a moral imperative, but also a business opportunity." - Isabelle Kocher de Leyritz
  • As individuals and as organizations, we must recognize the importance of sustainability and take action to create a positive impact on the environment. By adopting sustainable practices, we can not only reduce our footprint but also unlock new business opportunities and create long-term value for our stakeholders. Let's work together to build a sustainable future for generations to come.
  • The opportunity comes with challenges. Decentralised energy, which represents majority of alternative energy, lacks optimal efficiency levels. Industrial production resource use is hard to reduce. However, we see that changed mindset will drive the search for opportunities and find new and better solutions.

For more information, please contact Lydia Fulton lfulton(@)fccsingapore.com and Emily Jiang ejiang(@)fccsingapore.com.

 

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