From November 4th to November 11th, RMIT University and its prominent alumni hosted an exhibition to highlight the green efforts of eight businesses in diverse industries led by those alumni.
On this occasion, they pioneered choosing cartons as the core materials for all printing products at the exhibition, such as booths, tables, and chairs. Traditionally, most of the event organizers in Vietnam will use Hiflex or Formex for printing material as an economical solution and to transport it conveniently. However, these materials are hard to recycle and decompose because of their plastic components.
This exhibition presents eight businesses: Cong Bang Corporation, Van Hoa Company, Vun Art, NUOA, Biti’s, Cocoon, FlyFeed, and BWT Company. Each of these companies is implementing diverse green initiatives or deploying a product line that contributes to sustainable development and positively impacts our community.
Cong Bang Corporation is one of the leading corporations in the construction industry, specializing in providing eco-friendly materials such as Thermobreak Hot and Cold Pipe Insulation and Softlon OEM, which are more eco-friendly than traditional materials and improve in-house air quality.
Over 300 attendees were present at the exhibition, which served as an eco-friendly forum for environmentally conscious leaders to network and engage with sustainable projects. At this event, Ms. Manuela Spiga, Regional Senior Manager of Careers, Alumni & Industry Relations at RMIT University, said: “Through these purposeful interactions, we aim to inspire the next generation to embrace an ecologically conscious lifestyle and simultaneously establish sustainable business practices.”