Webinar: Sustainable Series Part I:  Eco-Living & Sustainable Habits
Webinar: Sustainable Series Part I: Eco-Living & Sustainable Habits

The Italian Chamber of Commerce is proud to present a new series of talks dedicated to Sustainability and Well-being. During each episode, leading profiles will bring their knowledge from different industries to cover a wide variety of aspects that this complex topic involves.  Curious to know more?

Join the first session on September 23rd and discover everything you need to know about ECO LIVING and ZERO WASTE!  

Worldwide awareness about pollution, climate change, and environmental damages is now leading most people to rethink their daily life. Us, as individuals, we know more than ever that our role is key, and that our everyday action can drastically change the future of our ecosystem.

As people are adapting to this change, today is the perfect time to engage consumers on the topic of healthy and sustainable living. We need to learn together, share our experiences, and innovate in a way that makes our life responsible and better for the environment. 

How can effectively be our daily routine a step forward?

Learn how to reduce your environmental impact with our experts. Join our panel discussion on September 23rd, and catch the opportunity to discuss eco-living with conscious consumers and businesses operating in the sustainable field.



Aigul Safiullina, Head of Events and Green Queen BIZ 

Aigul Safiullina is a multilingual community builder, trail runner, and conscious breathwork instructor hailing from the Ural mountains in Russia. A certified Al Gore climate reality leader, she previously reported on environmental issues for the South American media outlets, she has worked across Hong Kong’s startup scene and zero waste scene as an event organizer and now heads events and Green Queen BIZ over at Green Queen Media. She is also a certified breathwork coach at Respira Breathwork, helping people live a happier life through the power of breath.




Miko Bantigue, Partner & Director of Operations of MANA!

Miko built a career developing marketing for brands like Starbucks before moving from New York to Hong Kong to manage regional clients in South East Asia and China.

In 2017, after a decade building others’ brands, and with a deepening sense of purpose for the health and wellbeing of people and the planet, he left his career and became a partner in MANA!, Hong Kong’s leading plant-based fast-casual restaurant group, serving plant-based whole-food, served fast, in an eco-friendly & responsible manner. His goal is to scale the business from 10 to 100 stores!


Terence Hon, Co-Founder of Green Price 

Terence is one of the few social entrepreneurs who started the venture in their early university lives. With his enthusiasm for the environment and business strategies, GreenPrice has gotten much public exposure and expanded 4 physical stores. It is the first and most recognisable short-dated products retailer in Hong Kong with a mission to reduce food waste.


Herbert Yum, Research Manager Hong Kong at Euromonitor International

Herbert Yum is a Research Manager, with extensive experience in managing consulting projects at Euromonitor International, Hong Kong. Prior leading Hong Kong’s syndicated research team, he has conducted research projects throughout Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macau for industries including the Apparel Supply Chain, Beverage, Precision Cleaning, Fresh Food, Consumer Health and Consumer Finance and has been involved in a diverse portfolio of IPO projects, due diligence, product positioning and claim validation, and study of market penetration across Hong Kong, Macau and Singapore. Prior to joining Euromonitor, Herbert worked as a PE & VC market data researcher, serving institutional clients on research work in the Asia Pacific regions. Herbert is a CFA and FRM charter holder.





September 23 2020, 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm


Members: FREE
Non-Members: 120HKD






Webinar: Sustainable Series Part I:  Eco-Living & Sustainable Habits

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Webinar: Sustainable Series Part I:  Eco-Living & Sustainable Habits

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