Cameron Neil

Ethical Enterprise Conference Team

Cameron has spent two decades working for a more equitable and sustainable world. His career includes paid and volunteer roles across government, community and business sectors, specialising in building and leading teams, networks and businesses that deliver social, environmental and economic value.

His interests currently lie in fuelling the growth of the impact economy in Australia and the Asia-Pacific, including:
– advising and coaching impact focused businesses and business initiatives, from social enterprises to B-Corporations and multinationals pursuing Shared Value and everything in between
– harnessing the power of procurement and supply chain transformation to grow impact economy enterprises along the value chain
– impact investing and financing ‘good’ business and trade (i.e. the work of Shared Interest, Root Capital, Triodos Bank, etc.)

Other areas of interest include:
– indigenous and social procurement
– the intersection of ethical and sustainable supply chains and business practices, customer engagement and brand value and resilience
– the future of food, food sovereignty, the role of small farmers and food value chains