Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) is gaining quick traction and capturing investor, customer, and employee’s attention globally.

Therefore, communicating the story to engage them is vital. Storytelling around ESG initiatives will help your organization create clarity and accountability in a way that amplifies your Sustainability impact while satisfying or even exceeding demands for transparency.

During this session, we'll take a closer look at:
- The story behind this new movement
- The business case for embedding ESG within a business model and growth strategy
- The best way to tell your ESG story to win the hearts and minds of your audience
Wed, Sep 15, 2021 · 11:00 AM London (GMT 1:00)
  • What does ESG really entail
  • Why is it important NOW?
  • Case studies showcasing the good, the bad and the ugly
Gihan A.M Hyde
Founder & CEO, Communique
Gihan A.M Hyde is the award-winning Founder and CEO of Communique, a start-up specializing in communicating Environmental, Social Impact and Governance (ESG) strategies.

She is an award-winning communicator with 22 years’ experience gained in eight sectors and across six countries. Her ESG Strategies impacted 150,000 employees, 200,000 customers and closed investment deals worth of £300M.
Susanne Chishti
CEO and Founder, FINTECH Circle
Susanne Chishti is the CEO of FINTECH Circle, Europe's 1st Investor Network focused on fintech investments & Founder of the FINTECH Circle Institute, the leading fintech learning platform for C-level innovation workshops and fintech courses.

Susanne is the Co-Editor of the bestselling The FINTECH Book Series published by Wiley. The Series include The FINTECH Book, which has been translated into 10 languages and is sold across 107 countries, The WealthTECH Book, The InsurTECH Book, The PAYTECH Book, The AI Book and The LEGALTECH Book. In 2020 Wiley published the ultimate fintech guide FinTech for Dummies, which is co-authored by Susanne.

She has also been a fintech TV Commentator on CNBC and is a guest lecturer on financial technology at the University of Cambridge and Warwick Business School.

After completing her MBA she started her career working for a fintech company (before the term "fintech" was invented) in the Silicon Valley 25 years ago. She then worked more than 15 years across Deutsche Bank, Lloyds Banking Group, Morgan Stanley and Accenture in London and Hong Kong.