Scope 3 greenhouse gas emissions lie outside your operations. Even so, they are part of your value chain. Upcoming regulations, stakeholders and business partners request that you report on them. Most companies have thousands of suppliers and employees that commute and sell products that generate emissions while used.
In short: reporting on Scope 3 emissions is a headache. Is procurement the cure? In this event, we'll explore this important topic with two leading experts in this field: Diane Zandee and Ronald Voets. The event will be moderated by sustainable change maker Nynke Visser.
15.30 - 15.45 - Walk in and reception
15.45 - 16.00 - Special keynote and welcome by Reverend Gremdaat
16:00 - 16:30 - Welcome and Introduction
16.30 - 17.00 - Diane Zandee: The role of procurement in sustainability reporting
17:15 - 17:45 - Ronald Voets: Procurement Data Collection and Scope 3 Emissions
17:45 - Onwards - Wrap up and drinks
Register today to learn about the procurement department's role in solving the Scope 3 challenge.
Date: Thursday 13 October
Time: 15.30 - 19.00
Reverend Gremdaat is an alter ego of the Dutch television producer Paul Haenen. Eppe Gremdaat is a pastor who often manages to bring the truth above the philosophical table. His slightly moralising, generally tolerant talk stands out for its tempo changes and careful articulation.
Diane Zandee MSc RC is a PhD student at Nyenrode Business University and a renowned corporate executive. With her research and education, she facilitates and inspires the frontrunners in sustainability and circular economy by building insights into business models and cases. Diane has held various leading positions, like Chief Procurement Officer at Eneco and Chief Financial Officer at Trunkrs. In her research, she focuses on finding the connection between sustainability and finance, focusing on the circular economy.
Ronald Voets is an experienced Vendor and Procurement manager and currently Director of Procurement at Visma. In his role, Ronald supports all Visma Companies in their Technology and Business procurement. Next to his roles in procurement, Ronald was a Chief Technology Officer at PinkRoccade Local Government and as Director of Solution Architecture & Product Management.
Ronald’s specialities are contract negotiations, cost-savings (or quality improvements), fact-based decisions preferably founded on financials, and managing development cycles from planning, concept and design to coding, testing and handover to operations.