British-Romanian Chamber of Commerce (BRCC) together with RebelDot are delighted to invite you to our joint event – Building Resilience for Sustainable Growth, taking place on the 21st of September at the RebelDot Headquarters, in Cluj-Napoca, starting with 4 p.m.
BRCC sustainable initiatives continue in Cluj, inviting leaders and organisations to express their experience and debate on sustainability principles and effective ways to address and implementing them in their organisations.
The current era is increasingly defined by the interplay of complex disruptions, with their disparate origins and long-term consequences.
Facing a world of continuous, overlapping disruptions, leaders are recognizing resilience as the imperative condition for securing a sustainable, inclusive future.
To foster resilience for sustainable, inclusive growth, we need to address the strategic resilience areas, including climate, supply chains, technology, communities, education, and constructions. All are subject to continual change and disruption. We must manage them as never before if we are to grow and prosper sustainably.
- 16:00-16:30 – Registration of the participants and welcome coffee
- 16.30-16.45 – Opening remarks by the BRCC
- 16.45-18:00 – Panel discussion and Q & A
- 18:00-18:15 – Closing remarks
- 18.15-20.00 – Networking
Kindly note that this event is free of charge, and the places are limited!
Having a strategic and solution-oriented approach to risk management, Bogdan works with organisations to integrate ESG & climate-related risks into strategy. By translating sustainability strategies in practice, Bogdan helps large companies to improve their operational resilience and ESG & climate data disclosure in accordance with current regulations and sector best practice. Bogdan has an extensive expertise in management consulting, risk management and sustainability strategy, gained in over 20 years of international practice in the UK, Spain, Austria and Romania, in energy, tourism, insurance and banking sector. He is a member of the Institute for Risk Management (IRM) in London, has an international degree in Risk Management and has completed an MBA program at the International Institute of Management in Paris. He is also vice-president of Climate Change Special Interest Group (SIG) of IRM London an co- published in September 2021 the first IRM climate risk management guide designed to support boards of directors and risk managers in all sectors of activity.
Alina Vasile-Floroaie – Founder The Climate School, Cambridge Institute for Sustainable Leadership Expert & Google for Startups Mentor
Running a British-Romanian boutique advisory, with a focus on sustainability strategy, circular economy, ESG reporting & renewable energy investments, Alina has extensive management consulting, public sector and regional policy experience, having worked globally her entire career. Through Dare Strategy Ltd. and its Climate School, Alina is dedicated to helping organisations build and implement ambitious sustainability strategies as they look to transition to net-zero carbon emissions and circular business models. Having also worked for the European Union, in Brussels, Alina is currently an expert contributor for Cambridge Sustainability Leadership Institute, teaching Business Sustainability Management and Climate Change- Net Zero, while also serving as a Google for Start-ups & Climate-KIC mentor, and Green Advisory Expert at CINEA.
Shajjad Haider Rizvi MBE – CEO of Resysten International
Resysten International is an innovative coatings company that provides sustainable solutions for the healthcare and environmental sectors. In 2023 Resysten created Clean Air by Resysten, a coating that absorbs NOx and converts it to harmless matter. Every nine sqm of coated surfaces with Clean Air cancels out the NOx emissions from an average daily car journey. Shajjad is also the British Honorary Prosperity Consul to Cluj Napoca for the British embassy in Bucharest.
Founder of the Little People childhood cancer charity that helps every child in Romania with cancer in Romania and the Republic of Moldova. Co-founder of Youth Cancer Europe (YCE) and Chairman of the Duke of Edinburgh Award in Romania.
In 2019 Shajjad was awarded an MBE by HRH, the Prince of Wales, for his charity work in Romania.
Tudor Ciuleanu is the Founder and CEO of RebelDot, a company focused on designing and building digital products for its customers, and Rebel Ventures a company that helps and invests in early-stage startups.
In the past years, he focused on finding international and local startups, helping them accelerate growth as an investor. Having started his entrepreneurial journey 13 years ago, until today, his company has worked with over 40 startups around the globe.
Outside the tech scene, Tudor is an adrenaline junkie that can be found sailing, snowboarding, skiing, whitewater kayaking, and doing triathlons, or in the midst of fun experiments with his two kids.
Ana-Raluca Chisu, specialist in health management and services marketing, graduate of Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies in german language, of the specialization programs in Health Services Management of the National School of Public Health, Management and Improvement in the Health Field Bucharest and graduate of the MBA courses of the International Assessment Department Education of the Cambridge International School. For over 13 years, after a period in which she assisted foreign investors in European investment projects in Romania, Mrs. Chisu founded the first exclusively Pediatric Recovery Center in the private sector in Romania. She currently coordinates the network of KinetoBebe Pediatric Recovery Centers and is the Program Manager in the KinetoBebe Association. With a capacity of over 150 children in therapy, daily, the Centers coordinated by Mrs. Chisu are one of the largest providers of pediatric therapy services in Romania. For three years, she has been a UNICEF partner in support projects and development of health education policies, both for medical personnel, medical assistants, community assistants and parents. She is passionate about identifying aspects that require improvement both from the administrative side of the public sector and from the private sector, thus supporting courses for the city managers of 14 cities in Romania and offering them support in the elaboration of public policy proposals; project carried out under the auspices of projects financed by the European Commission.