MEMA's Center for Sustainability will host an event Aug. 15 at the Michigan State University Management Education Center in Troy, Michigan.
The full-day conference, co-hosted by MEMA Government Affairs, is called "Sustainability: Competing in Today's Environment." Executive leaders, customers, sustainability professionals and government experts will discuss topics such as forced labor prevention, funding opportunities from the federal government, customer requirements and reporting, and executive and customer perpsectives.
"It's simple: Suppliers need to be prepared and understand the ongoing impact of sustainability and ESG so they may comply and build advantage for their companies," says John Chalifoux, chief sustainability officer for MEMA, The Vehicle Suppliers Association. "This event -- geared towards small- and middle-market suppliers -- will provide an essential opportunity to learn, network and plan for what's ahead, and I invite the supplier community to join us for the discussion."
Executives and professionals from all MEMA member companies who manage aspects of sustainability and environmental, social and governance in their organizationas are invited to attend.