The Stanford Asia Sustainability Symposium is delighted to present its third annual event on “Designing Sustainable Lifestyle.”
In an era where Gen-Z consumers are driving a paradigm shift towards sustainable lifestyle practices and conscious consumption, brands are facing the critical challenge of integrating ethics and sustainability into their core identities.
The symposium will highlight a diverse range of lifestyle brands across food, fashion, and hospitality that are pioneering innovative frameworks for designing sustainable lifestyles.
We will delve into the strategies and innovations that are revolutionizing the way we live, consume, and experience the world around us toward a more sustainable future.
1:00pm - 3:00pm
3:00pm - 3:15pm
3:15pm - 3:30pm
3:30pm - 4:30pm
4:35pm - 4:50pm
4:50pm - 5:50pm
5:50pm - 8:00pm
Pre-event: Design Thinking Workshop on Sustainable Lifestyle (Invitation only)
– Panel Discussion | Moderated by Soh Kim, Stanford & Seong Hyun Oh, D3 Jubilee Partners
Networking Dinner with Reception
D3 Jubilee Partners
Seong Hyun Oh
D3 Jubilee Partners
The Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability is made up of a community that spans collaborators across Stanford University and the world, all dedicated to cultivating deep knowledge and high-impact solutions to pressing planetary challenges.
The Stanford Center for Innovation and Design Research (SCIDR), also known as "cider," is dedicated to advancing knowledge at the intersection of innovation process and design thinking.
D3Jubilee Partners is a global impact venture firm with USD 100M under management, based in Seoul and SF bay area. The company invests on the interface of entrepreneurship, technology and social impact. It also has pioneered several initiatives to shape Korea's impact investing landscape, including social venture acceleration programs, and investor conferences such as Asia Impact Nights, and also endeavored to uncover the enormous potential of Asia connecting with the global impact investing community.