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The SDG Business Conference is one of the Project’s platform to promote SDGs and raise awareness on the critical role of businesses in delivering on the promise of sustainable and inclusive development. It is an opportunity to mobilize interest and support among businesses in Bosnia and Herzegovina, shedding light on how they can engage with the SDG framework, driving growth and productivity, whilst at the same time contributing to the better world envisaged by the 2030 Agenda. Importantly, the conference is an opportunity to gain insight into Swedish experiences in this context, with focus on good sustainability practices implemented by Swedish companies.
H.E. Mr. Mirko Šarović, Minister, Minister of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Mr. Johannes Oljelund, Director General for international development cooperation, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Sweden
Ms. Sezin Sinanoglu, UN Resident Coordinator in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Mr. Ola Rosling, President of the Gapminder Foundation, Sweden
This thematic block will hold two panel discussions, the first one will focus on the efficient use and sustainable management of resources and the other on will focus on changing consumer habits in order to contribute to sustainable production.
Mr. Sasja Beslik, Head of Sustainable Finance, Nordea
Mr. Adin Fakić, Director, Milkos
Ms. Mirjana Brlečić-Bujanić, Head of the Public and Regulatory Affairs Service for Adria, Coca-Cola HBC
Ms. Selma Mašnić, Investment and Environment Manager, Prevent Group CEE
Mr. Salih Teskeredžić, Founder and Product Designer, Gazzda
Mr. Saša Trivić, Assistant director, Krajina Klas
Ms. Susanne Sweet, Associate Professor at Stockholm School of Economics
Mr. Mirza Ćostović, Director, Artisan
Mr. Almir Bajtarević, Quality and Environmental Manager, Heidelberg Cement
Mr. Resad Behlulović, Director of General Services, Alma Ras
Ms. Mira Stanojević, Acquisition and Sales Director, Omorika Reciklaza
Ms. Melika Husić-Mehmedović, Associate professor at Department of Marketing, School of Economics and Business, University of Sarajevo
The aim of this panel is to open a discussion on how ethical behavior and anti-corruption measures can affect the business climate and offer advantages in the private sector.
Mr. Daniel Paska, Technology for Good Programme Director, Ericsson
Mr. Emir Gušinac, Account Manager, SKF Bosnia and Herzegovina
Mr. Bojan Bajić, President, The West East Forum for Ethics and Compliance (WEFEC)
Mr. Mirza Bihorac, Director, PricewaterhouseCooper
Mr. Goran Vukoje, Director, Mljekara Padjeni
During this theme, the panelists will focus on the role of the private sector in creating jobs, strengthening markets and creating sustainable communities.
Ms. Katarina M. Eriksson, Project and Partnership Development Director, Tetra Laval Food for Development
Ms. Dragana Mujanović, Human Resources Manager, dm drogerie markt d.o.o.
Mr. Mersed Čamdžić, Director, Mistral
Ms. Vernisa Rejhan, COO, Softhouse Balkans
Mr. Faris Začina, Founder and CEO, Ministry of Programming
Ms. Diana Bevanda, Head of learning and development, UniCredit Bank d.d.