Firmenich Chief Executive Officer, Gilbert Ghostine, covers game-changing shifts and opportunities arising across sustainability and renewable energy, critical pivots in the current environment and more with Boyden's Victor Filamor.
Boyden’s Fuelling Sustainability: An Executive View presents discussions with business and thought leaders on the issue of renewable energy and sustainability. In a micro-interview format, the series delivers diverse, global perspectives from executives across a number of industries, highlighting the unique considerations, opportunities, and obstacles across sectors and regions. The conversation is an extension of Boyden's recent issue of Resilient Leadership: Fuelling Renewable Energy, featuring the expert opinion of our Energy Practice Group Partners.
This edition features Gilbert Ghostine, Chief Executive Officer of Firmenich, the world's largest privately-owned perfume and taste company serving an estimated 4 billion consumers across the globe each day. Joining Firmenich as CEO in 2014, Gilbert is building on the Firmenich legacy through world-class innovation, research, and value creation. Sustainability is at the core of the strategy, with Firmenich globally recognized for its commitment to the issue, including a Sustainalytics ESG ranking in the top 1% of 14,000+ companies worldwide. Gilbert is also co-chair of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) Sustainable Lifestyles Cluster Board.
In discussion with Boyden Partner, Victor Filamor, the conversation covers game-changing shifts and opportunities arising across renewable energy, critical pivots in the current environment, response to consumer values and priorities, and the behavioural changes organisations and consumers will need to implement to have an impact.
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Find more on the topic from Boyden's energy practice group Partners, including Thomas Zay (United States), Kjetil Haug-Nodeland (Norway), Lisa Pendleton (Australia), Morten Winther (Denmark), Kevin Gormely (Canada), and Allan Marks (Australia).