Robin Khuda at the SMH 2050 Summit

AirTrunk Founder & CEO Robin Khuda took to the stage at The Sydney Morning Herald (SMH) Sydney 2050 Summit where he shared his ideas for a successful Sydney in 2050.

Robin highlighted the need for continued global collaboration to ensure shared economic success in areas such as supply chain, innovation, talent and renewable energy.

In his thought-provoking session, Robin also encouraged business and government leaders to think about how Sydney could transform to become a fully circular economy and sustainable city in which products are reused and repurposed into new resources.

Robin appeared on the panel with Professor Katina Michael from Arizona State University, Dr Roba Abbas from the University of WollongongKate Pounder from the Tech Council of Australia and Dr M. Hank Haeusler from UNSW.

Thank you to Liam Phelan from the SMH for moderating such an inspiring discussion.