We are calling on Palm Oil stakeholders based in Thailand to join us for the next RSPO Roadshow event hosted by the RSPO Secretariat on Monday 27 & Tuesday 28 August, 2018 from 8:30 am to 5:30 pm. During this event, we’ll discuss key trends and themes related to RSPO Supply Chain Certification and you will have direct access to RSPO ‘Clinic Sessions' relating to RSPO Impacts and Benefits, Membership, Certification and much more.


What topics will be covered?

A brief introduction to the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO), RSPO Membership, Supply Chain Certification (SCC), RSPO Credits, access to RSPO Secretariat (one-to-one consultation) ‘Clinic Sessions’, Q&A sessions, etc.


When will the event take place?

Monday 27 & Tuesday 28 August, 2018


Where will the RSPO Roadshow be held?

Novotel Bangkok Sukhumvit Hotel


Who should attend?

RSPO Members, CSR Managers, Manufacturers, Retailers, Processors & Traders etc.

RSPO Roadshows are free of charge but for registered participants only. Seats will be limited and based on first come, first served basis.


Why should we attend RSPO Clinic Sessions?

As a member or potential RSPO member, this is your opportunity to have a one-on-one conversation with RSPO Secretariat staff to find out more information and clarify any questions you may have about RSPO and/or certification related topics.

For more information on the event, please contact Thitinai Pongpiriyakit at [email protected]

Please click here to register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/rspo-roadshow-bangkok-thailand-tickets-35425142555

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