Exploring the Future: A Sneak Peek into GreenTech Festival Singapore 2023

With the “Mission to Net Zero” at its heart, GTF Connect Singapore aims to foster crucial partnerships and set the pace for sustainable change.
As Singapore gears up for the second year of the GREENTECH FESTIVAL (GTF) on November 23-24, 2023, the excitement is palpable. Following its successful editions in Berlin and Los Angeles, GTF returns to Singapore, bringing together global leaders in green technologies and sustainable transformation.


Uniting for a Sustainable Future

With the “Mission to Net Zero” at its heart, GTF Connect Singapore aims to foster crucial partnerships and set the pace for sustainable change. Esteemed partners like the Singapore Tourism Board, Audi, Vodafone Business, Lufthansa Group, and Julius Baer join hands to offer a platform for trailblazing leaders and innovative solutions.
The GreenTech Festival 2023 promises an enriching lineup of events, from insightful keynotes and interactive panel discussions to dynamic green start-up slams. These sessions will feature prominent figures in sustainability, coming together to explore strategies for systemic change and achieving global net-zero emissions. Among the distinguished speakers are Professor Carlo Ratti, a leading figure in sustainable architecture from MIT; Bhupinder Singh, the Managing Director of Vodafone Business Singapore; Stefanie Dickson, the founder and CEO of “Green is the New Black”; Eugene Toh, serving as Assistant CEO at the Energy Market Authority; Abhishek Modi from Google, holding the role of Principal in Partnerships; and Sarah Cragg, who leads the Asia-Pacific region for the Earthshot Prize.

A Vision of Tomorrow: The Exhibition

The EXHIBITION at the GreenTech Festival provides an opportunity for attendees to explore a range of pioneering green technologies, methodologies, and solutions spearheaded by companies dedicated to achieving a net-zero future. Featured among these are Audi and Lufthansa Group, showcasing their forward-thinking concepts in mobility and aviation. Visitors will also encounter a variety of sustainable innovations including eco-friendly furniture crafted from upcycled and recycled materials by ipse ipsa ipsum, plant-based “meat” delicacies derived from jackfruit by Karana, cutting-edge intralogistics solutions from Jungheinrich, and advanced waste management systems by Circonomy. Additionally, Less & Co PTE. LTD. will display their unique range of beverages created from food waste and loss, adding to the diverse array of sustainable offerings.

Celebrating Green Innovation: The Green Awards and Special Recognition

The highlight of the festival, the GREEN AWARDS ceremony, will take place on the evening of November 23. It will honor outstanding projects and individuals in sustainable building and food & beverage sectors. The awards, set against the backdrop of the iconic green carpet, spotlight exceptional contributions to green initiatives.
Actress and UN Environment Programme Goodwill Ambassador Antoinette Taus will receive a Special Award for her significant contributions to sustainability. Through initiatives like CORA and The Sustainable Planet, Taus has actively addressed the social impacts of sustainability.
Since its inception, GTF has expanded its reach globally, hosting satellite events tailored to local markets and audiences. The GTF Connect series exemplifies green business innovation and leadership, drawing in a global audience.