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BHETA is hosting a webinar on January 25th which aims to give delegates an in- depth insight into Environmental Social Governance or ESG, currently a very fast-moving area of legislation and compliance reporting.

The session which starts at 10.30am is presented by Alexander Twibill, HQTS Group Marketing Director (a BHETA business service provider), and Richard Jones, Managing Partner of Cambridge Sustainable Investment Partners.

The webinar will cover the driving forces, including changing buyer behaviour, new reporting requirements, regulation, business model and strategic impact, providing help and guidance on this increasingly important subject. This should enable those who attend to relate the ongoing changes to their roles and commercial activities, including managing supply chains and other stakeholders.

Alexander Twibill has been working in the supply chain industry for many years across procurement, quality assurance, e-commerce, and trade. He has deep understanding of the needs and concerns of western companies regarding supply chain management in Asia vis a vis the current and future ESG environment.

Richard Jones has lived and worked in many countries, including Hong Kong, Singapore, and Taiwan, and ran a wholesale transactional bank focussed on trade flows with emerging markets. He establishbheta BOARDed Cambridge Sustainable Investment Partners in 2019 with leading ESG experts from business and academia.

BHETA marketing director, Steve Richardson commented, “Environmental Social Governance is increasingly high on every company’s agenda from both a sourcing and reporting point of view. I’m delighted that BHETA has the contacts to furnish members including SMEs who may not have such resources in house with the vital information they need to ensure compliance.”

Delegates can register on the BHETA website and obtain more information from Rajni Kaur from the BHETA Member Services Team on 0121 237 1130, or alternatively, email on

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