SBC has released a refreshed version of our strategy which reflects current events and a changing sustainability environment. The first version of this strategy was written during the early stages of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020, which was a time of great...
Strategic Plans & Snapshots
2022 Annual Council Meeting highlights
Watch the highlights from our first in-person Annual Council Meeting in two years, at Genesis’ 6 Green Star Certified Building in the Wynyard Quarter. We reflected on the last year and looked ahead to our key priorities with Marc England, outgoing SBC Chair, Gareth...
Annual Snapshot 2022
Highlights SBC and member activity throughout 2021/22.
Annual Plan 2022/23
Outlines SBC’s work programme and focus areas for 2022/2023
Annual Plan 2021/22
Outlines SBC’s work programme and focus areas for 2021/22
Annual Council Meeting highlights
We held our Annual Council Meeting online again this year, on 29 September. This highlights video encapsulates some reflections on the year that has been and an overview of key priorities for the year ahead, as well as two SBC advisory board members sharing their aspirations for a New Zealand where business, people and nature thrive together.
Annual Snapshot 2021
Highlights SBC and member activity throughout 2020/21.
2020 Annual Council Meeting highlights
At our 2020 Annual Council Meeting, we heard from Transpower, DB Breweries and The Warehouse Group, as well as Karen Silk, Advisory Board Chair, and Mike Burrell.
2020 Strategy launch highlights
On 24 September, the Sustainable Business Council and Climate Leaders Coalition launched their new five-year strategies. We share the highlights from the event.
Annual Snapshot 2020
Highlights SBC and member activity throughout 2019/20.
SBC Strategy 2020 – 2025
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Annual Council Meeting 2019
Catch up on the sessions at the Annual Council Meeting in August, including the work programme update, presentations by our Executive Director Abbie Reynolds and outgoing Chair Alistair Davis, and our panel of young people advising businesses how best to engage with their communities.