Ying Fang is responsible for the company’s work in central government affairs, policy advocacy and cooperation with public institutions.
Prior to her work at Alibaba, Ms. Fang was a team leader at Walmart China responsible for government affairs and sustainability. Ms. Fang started her career at the China International Center for Economic and Technical Exchanges under the Ministry of Commerce, where she is responsible for bilateral and multilateral cooperation programs. In addition to her experiences within the government, Ms. Fang worked as an international trade policy consultant at White&Case LLP, a leading international law firm.
Ms. Fang holds a bachelor degree from the University of International Relations, and an MBA degree from the Pennsylvania State University.
Edwin leads Food Industry Asia’s (FIA) Sustainability strategy and efforts to support FIA’s mission as the voice of the food industry in Asia.
His career includes roles with industry, government and the non-profit sector, covering policy development, corporate communications, public affairs and sustainability.
Before joining FIA, he was Executive Director of the Singapore Environment Council, where he promoted eco-labelling, recycling and consumer awareness on environmental issues.
He was the first Southeast Asian elected to the Board of the Global Eco-labelling Network, an international network of national eco-labelling organisations, and was nominated by the media for the inaugural Singaporean of the Year in 2016 for his role in leading the fight against the haze that engulfed Singapore and several Southeast Asian countries in 2015.
Ben is the CEO and Secretary General of PEFC International, a position he has held since 1999.
An Aberdeen University forestry graduate, a chartered forester, with an Masters in Business Administration from the Open University, Ben has spent most of his working life in forestry, starting as a forestry worker.
After completing his studies he joined the University of Wales, Bangor as a researcher in Forest Economics and thereafter worked in various positions in the Timber Growers Association in the UK where he dealt with technical and policy aspects of forestry. Ben became involved in forest certification when he took on the position of Technical Director.
Citeo is the company in charge of the Extended Producer Responsibility schemes for household packaging and for graphic & printed paper in France, working with 20 000 packers and fillers, 900 local municipalities and 300 recyclers. The annual turnover is around 850 M€ per year for both activity.
He joined the public policy affairs department of Citeo in 2018, after experiences in the high administration and advisory firm for the public sector. He works very closely with all the actors of the packaging value chain in particular on the Circular Economy Package, the european plastics strategy, the circular plastic alliance, the national pacts on plastic packaging, the new circular economy action plan within the European green deal and EPR projects around the world.
He’s also lecturer on circular economy and european affairs for the university of Paris and ESSEC - international business school.
He graduated from the University Paris Dauphine (Master in Law and Regulatory Markets) and from the College of Europe (LL.M in EU law).
Eric has worked in sustainability for 12 years, starting as a volunteer in 2008 with Carbon Free Consulting in Japan.
He co-founded a non-profit project, Ocean Green Association, in 2009, to study means to lower coastal water temperatures after seeing the impact on coastal ecology and bleaching of coral reefs in Japan.
Starting work with TerraCycle in 2013, he officially launched the company in Asia starting in Japan in January 2014 and subsequently became Asia Pacific Regional Manager in 2016 opening TerraCycle in China in the Fall of 2016 and TerraCycle Korea in the Fall of 2017 working with sponsors such as P&G, L’Oreal, KAO and LION. Prior to his work in sustainability, he was an international research student in law at the University of Tokyo Graduate Schools for Law and Politics, worked as legal counsel for Morgan Stanley and Deutsche Bank, and served as an executive in the investment banking industry leading privatization and corporate finance teams.
Veolia Resourcer since 2012 mainly focused on recycling activities (industrial and municipal waste).
General manager of rPET factory greenfield project in Indonesia (East Java - Pasuruan)
Xavier is from France and started to work and live in Indonesia more than 2 years ago.
Dr Len Humphreys is a serial entrepreneur and veteran of the science, technology and clean energy industries. Len has pioneered low-carbon solutions, renewable energy and technology in Australia and internationally in senior leadership positions for over 35 years. He is the Co-Founder of Licella Holdings, global leaders in Hydrothermal Liquefaction, and was instrumental in the conception and development of Licella’s pioneering Catalytic Hydrothermal Reactor (Cat-HTR™) technology. He is the inventor of several patents around the Cat-HTR™ process and has been the Company’s CEO since it was formed in 2007.
In 2015 Len Co-Founded Gelion Technologies, a battery technology start-up, where he is currently a Director. Len is also a Director of iQ Renew, an innovative Australian recycling company.
Len holds a PhD in Chemistry from Durham University (UK), is a Chartered Chemist and a is Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry (UK).
Previously Len was a Director and Managing Director of several renewable energy companies including Novera Energy, a renewable energy company that was listed on the AIM in the UK and the ASX listed company IBA Health (now I-Soft), a healthcare IT software provider.
Jia Hui joined ICIS as an analyst in the Plastics Recycling team in May 2020. Based in Singapore, she overlooks Southeast Asia and the larger Asia Pacific region.
She is responsible for building APAC’s knowledge bank, interpreting market trends and regulatory developments and providing insights to an otherwise opaque region. Currently, she works on the mechanical and chemical recycling supply database; connecting data, markets, and customers to create a comprehensive, trusted view of the global commodities markets, enabling smarter business decisions that optimise the world’s resources.
Jia Hui holds a bachelor’s degree in International Relations from the University of London and possesses a background in sustainability and social innovation. Prior to joining ICIS, she co-designed and implemented circular economy projects with the 3P (Public, Private & People) with experience from NPOs, NGOs, consulting, and start-ups.
Karina is Circulate Capital's Operations and Investment Director. As part of her role she led the development of the Circulate Capital Ocean Fund Impact Framework. The approach adopted to measuring impact is some of the leading practical applications of thinking in this space.
Karina has implemented environmental management and sustainable development programmes across Asia, Africa and Europe. She has been recognised by regulators and industry coalitions for her work in environmental advocacy and public-private partnerships.
A packaging & supply chain business leader with 20+ years of experience working across Packaging Innovation, Packaging Sustainability, Packaging Engineering, Procurement & Manufacturing gained from a variety of consumer product groups (QSR – Food service, FMCG – Food & Personal Care, Consumer Healthcare & Nutrition).
Experienced working across markets & regions with regional and global packaging category & team management.
Sealed Air Sustainability Director for the APAC region based in Melbourne Australia. Alan is leading customer and packaging industry engagement with sustainable packaging and retail trends and regular public speaking engagements.
Busy in Industry being currently active with the Australian Institute of Packaging contributing to development of Sustainable Packaging Guidelines for reducing food waste. A founding member and former president of the Australasian Bioplastics Association. Currently on the Australian Packaging Covenant Organisation (APCO) Design for recovery working group.
James has over 20 years of expertise in the product and packaging design industry, developing major global innovation projects for Unilever, Mondelēz, P&G, Nestlé & Lucozade Ribena Suntory to name a few.
Olivia Park is a manager of global packaging R&D at CJ CheilJedang, a number one food company in Korea, where she focuses most of her time developing packaging professionals, identifying new strategic initiatives and delivering sustainable packaging solutions through breakthrough packaging innovation. She has more than 17 years of all food packaging industry experiences from CPG including e-commerce packaging. She was awarded World Star Packaging in 2013 for the development of microwave film for frozen food, and ASIA STAR AWARD for the development of flexible container for fermented Korean kimchi. She holds a number of patents related to packaging development and materials. She has built a packaging infrastructure in the US for the globalization of Korean processed foods, and is currently preparing for the future by establishing a sustainable packaging strategy and technology roadmap for CJCJ. Olivia received BS/MS degree in chemistry from University of Yonsei in KOREA.
Richard Smith is the Sustainability Director for Amcor Flexibles Asia Pacific.
Richard is a Chemical Engineer and has worked in the packaging industry for over 30 years focused heavily on innovation and enabling brand owners to become more circular through responsible packaging solutions.
In 2013 Richard was made a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Packaging for significant contribution to the development of innovative plastics packaging.
More recently in 2020, Richard was appointed as a non-executive Director of the Australian Packaging Covenant Organisation (APCO).
Quentin is responsible for leading the implementation of market strategies to grow the consumer packaging paperboard business in the Asia Pacific region. Quentin has been with the company for 30 years, with experience in packaging innovation, marketing, and business development. He resides in the U.S., but travels frequently to the Asia Pacific region.
Pratyush Bandyopadhyay is head of Borouge’s Circular Economy Solutions Business Builder team since January 2021. He is responsible for developing and commercialising new solutions in the circular economy space for Borouge’s packaging business, defining and implementing a long-term strategy and developing strategic partnerships across the value chain. He is the key driver of the execution of Borouge’s overall circular economy ambition.
Prior to joining Borouge in 2010, Pratyush worked in different capacities in the petrochemicals industry in areas of product development, product management, price and account management for more than 13 years. During this time, he worked in Haldia Petrochemicals, Unilever and Bakelite Hylam, focussing on Industrial & Consumer Packaging application where he was also responsible for bringing new products to the market, asset profitability, product positioning and managing key accounts since 1997.
Pratyush hold a Master of Technology Degree in Polymer Science & Technology from the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi (IITD), India since 1997. Between 2001 and 2004, he also completed a Post Graduate Diploma in Business Management, focusing on Finance & Marketing, from the Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta in India. Pratyush is an Indian national.
Jovan has vast experiences in launching & consulting for both for-profit and non-profit enterprises. He is the co-creator of Restorative Innovation and the Founder of RIGHT Foundation, a non-profit think tank dedicated to advance and proliferate the body of knowledge of Restorative Innovation. He also co-founded REAL IMPACT, an impact consultancy firm, and is currently the Chief Evangelist of TRIA where he fervently champions the company's cause, supports its growth efforts, and advise the senior leadership team on key strategic issues.
Previously, he has led special projects and built business units from scratch to profitability. More recently, he was also involved in venture capital, teaching, and research. Today, Jovan is an active researcher pursuing his degree of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) with the National University of Singapore. His research interest is in the areas of applied innovation and sustainable development, where Restorative Innovation is his most notable work. Restorative Innovation was first introduced in the textbook chapter he co-authored - "Innovation for Circular Economy" (published by Springer Nature). He has also been featured on Channel NewsAsia's Money Mind and CNA938 for his expertise in sustainability and the circular economy.
Alexander has 10 years of experience in the packaging & consumer goods industry in different marketing roles. In his current role, he has a strong focus on developing sustainable solutions through laminating adhesives and coatings in flexible packaging by reducing the carbon footprint, enabling better recyclability or use of safer chemicals.
Darren Milligan is VP & GM, Label and Packaging Materials of Avery Dennison's LPM business in ASEAN. Darren is responsible for ensuring the ASEAN business successfully executes its strategy, delivering quality products and services to our customers, creating a compelling employment experience for our people, and ensuring we positively and sustainability impact the communities we operate in. Darren joined Avery Dennison in 1999 and has since worked in a variety of senior commercial roles across the LGM business. His last role was Vice President Marketing, LPM Asia Pacific. Darren is based in Melbourne, Australia and is a member of the Asia Pacific Leadership Team.
Cindy Qian Regional Flexible Packaging Segment Manger, joined HP in 2016. She has more than 10 years various experiences in flexible packaging converter and packaging graphics industries before, with solid knowledge in flexible packaging ecosystem & applications, analogue printing such as flexo and gravure, as well as different converting technologies.
Cindy has been developing digital printing for flexible packaging market in the region for nearly 5 years, mainly supporting customers with best business practices analysis, printing quality and application improvement, end to end solutions and workflows, ROI evaluation, etc.
Bachelor in Tongji, Master in Fudan, Innovation Professional Certification in Stanford Graduate School of Business, Doctor Candidate in Grenoble Ecole de Management.
Jenny is the Vice President of Sustainability at Trivium Packaging and a seasoned global leader with experience from big brands like Shell and Avery Dennison. As a Dutch national, sustainability is in her DNA and her true passion. She believes sustainability is no longer a choice, but an imperative for the success of any company. At Trivium she is committed to positively impacting the lives of millions of people through the company’s sustainable and circular product offerings.