Women in Commodities 2017
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Over the past decades, the openness of Singapore’s economy has propelled the city state towards its ambitions to establish itself as a leading commodities trading hub. Beyond its economic achievements, Singapore has also made significant headway when it comes to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Over the past 10 years, women’s participation rate in the workforce has increased by almost 10% - an achievement worth celebrating. But is there more that we could do?
Join us on 25 October 2017 at our inaugural Women in Commodities as we bring together professionals across agri-commodities, energy and metals sectors, to discuss how industry champions can navigate the journey from diversity to inclusion.
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from industry veteran Ms Emily Chin, as she shares her leadership journey, the importance of diversity and inclusion, and perspective on female leadership.
- 4.00 – 4.30pm
- 4.30 – 4.35pm
- 4.35 – 4.55pm
Sharing by Ms Emily Chin, General Manager, Trading and Supply East, Global Chemical Feedstocks, Aromatics & LPG trading, Shell Int’l Eastern Trading Co (SIETCO)
- 4.55 – 5.55pm
Panel Discussion and Q&A
Ms Emily Chin, General Manager, Trading and Supply East, Global Chemical Feedstocks, Aromatics & LPG trading, Shell Int’l Eastern Trading Co (SIETCO)
Mr Ross H. Jennings, President, Cargill Trade & Structured Finance
Ms Giang Dang, General Manager, HR - Commercial, Rio Tinto
- 5.55 – 6.00pm
- 6.00 – 7.00pm
- Date: Wednesday, 25 October 2017
- Time: 4.00pm – 7.00pm
- Venue: 230 Victoria Street, Bugis Junction Office Tower, Level 10 Little Red Dot Seminar Room
- Fee: Complimentary
- Dress Code: Business Casual
- Enquiries: Please contact Ms Denise Giam at firstname.lastname@example.org
Find out more about Singapore's role in commodities trading here.