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18 July 2023 | 9:00-11:30am


CornerShop, Capgemini’s Retail Innovation Store.
25-27 Curtain Rd, London EC2A 3LT

Forum for the Future and Capgemini are excited to announce the first event in our Unlocking Systemic Innovation roundtable breakfast series. We are on a mission to bring together like-minded organisations and explore, building on Forum’s previous work, progressive solutions to systemic sustainability barriers in the consumer products and retail value chain.

We will be joined by experienced sustainability practitioners, innovators and subject matter experts from supply chains, marketing, finance, sustainability, and other related business functions. The sessions will be interactive, creating space to collectively discuss practical ways to unblock progress. We will be hearing from a number of guest speakers about how their organisations are tackling these challenges.  

The first session will take place on the 18 July and will pose questions on radical transparency.

We will be exploring critical questions such as: 

  • How do we overcome the lack of standardisation and build the evidence and business case to scale transparency and traceability across complex product portfolios? 
  • How can we make implementing transparency and traceability at scale easier? 
  • How can transparency and traceability be used to move beyond compliance, inspiring organisations to innovate through collaboration?


Albert Tucker

Chairman of The Karma Foundation and ETICO
Albert Tucker is an independent consultant, adviser and Social Entrepreneur. He is a leading figure in the Fairtrade movement, community regeneration and sustainable development. A trusted advocate for poorer small-scale farmers in global trade and policy, he has a strong track record in leading and building successful social enterprises and farmer to market supply chains.

Hannah Cunneen

Principal Manager at Forum for the Future
Principal Manager – whose work focuses on identifying and unlocking systems challenges in complex agricultural value chains across the world, whether working with the private sector, charities or as an international development specialist. Hannah’s experience in recent years has focused on scaling sustainable and equitable market solutions in various food and fibre industries in emerging economies, such as those in West Africa, Asia and the Pacific.

Katie Shaw

Chief Partnerships and Communications Officer at Open Supply Hub
Katie Shaw is the Chief Partnerships and Communications Officer at Open Supply Hub. Katie represented OS Hub on the Open Data Institute / Microsoft Peer Learning Network and is a member of the Advisory Council of the Circular Product Data Protocol. Her experience in sustainability covers supply chain transparency, project management, business development, strategic communications and community engagement.

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