RGE Chairman Sukanto Tanoto was in Davos last month to attend the World Economic Forum (WEF) 2016.
Sukanto Tanoto: “Good for Climate”
RGE Chairman Sukanto Tanoto adds the fourth ‘C’ to RGE’s business principle: Climate. He spoke at a closed-door panel discussion moderated by UNDP Administrator and former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark.
Mr Tanoto announced the fourth C – Climate – in the business principles underpinning RGE group of companies’ operations in a closed-door panel discussion on protection-production partnerships.
“Climate” now accompanies “Company”, “Community”, and “Country” as the focus areas of RGE companies operations.
The announcement came at an appropriate time given the progress RGE companies have made as responsible corporate members of the community, country and environment.
This recognises the longstanding sustainability programmes and initiatives each company has committed to and implemented.
Our business philosophy is the four C’s. We do business in a way that is Good for the Community, Good for the Country, Good for the Climate, and only then will it be Good for the Company.
WEF in Davos 2016
The annual World Economic Forum in Davos provides a platform for political, business and non-governmental leaders to address issues concerning world’s future. This year’s theme is the “Fourth Industrial Revolution”.
RGE is a proud partner of WEF in Davos for the second consecutive year.
Anderson Tanoto speaks with Prof Kishore Mahbubani after the Indonesia Lunch Dialogue
Sukanto Tanoto and Anderson Tanoto at the Indonesia Lunch Dialogue, which was co-sponsored by RGE
As a prominent business leader with future-focused investments in China and Canada, Sukanto Tanoto was interviewed in Davos by various media on his thoughts on WEF, India’s potential and RGE companies’ business expansion.
An interview with Shoeb Kagda of Jakarta Globe
CNBC interviews RGE Chairman Sukanto Tanoto
Mr Tanoto also weighed in on ASEAN’s outlook amidst slower growth, highlighting how RGE companies’ involvement in value-added manufacturing and infrastructure development will create more business opportunities.
Behind-the-scenes at WEF Davos
With 400,000 ha conserved and protected, APRIL Group showed WEF delegates at Indonesia Night that it is en route to meeting its 1:1 conservation commitment, a world’s first.
Mr and Mrs Sukanto Tanoto met delegates from Singapore
Mr and Mrs Sukanto Tanoto at the Indonesia Lunch Dialogue