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Value Navigation Series Episode 2: GPCA Advocacy, Networking, and Leadership Engagement Series

59 min / Published

In the second episode of the GPCA Value Navigation series, our guests unpack a variety of topics, but with the central key theme of “value-based outcomes” for mandatory accountability; defining the action space and pushing minimum requirements. The statement “it’s not enough to” sets the stage for individuals and companies to raise the bar and set new competitive advantages.

When something is “enough” it means that it is at a satisfactory level or quantity. The phrase “it’s not enough” is obviously a negative form of that – and it shows that things are not satisfactory.

“It’s not enough” means less than needed/expected.

“It’s not enough” means not meeting expectations or requirements for the minimum of what is necessary to fulfill any specific desire/request/or need.

It's easier to explain quantifiably than qualitatively.

In this episode, we host a range of global experts that intellectually joust on a range of multi facet business decisions, choices, and trade-offs petrochemical industry leaders face today. Furthermore, the series, will push to identify levers, (inputs, and outputs) for measurement consideration, and realization of value creation.


  • Maryam Telmesani is the Chair of Global Compact Network Saudi Arabia CSO - MBL
  • Dr Bo Bai is the Executive Chairman and Co-founder of MetaVerse Green Exchange (MVGX)
  • Bandar A. Al Blehed is the Head of Client Relations Development at Saudi Stock Exchange
  • (Tadawul)
  • Bhairav Raja is the Director at DAI’s Sustainable Business Group
  • James Brimm is the Advisor to the CEO of SIPCHEM
  • Kirk-Dale McDowall-Rose is the Co-founder and Managing Director of Boonio 
  • Keith Hutton is the Legal and Compliance Advisor to SIPCHEM

For more podcasts and the latest i nsights on the regional chemical markets, visit www.gpca.org.ae/thought-leadership

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