15 CEOs will meet in London to discuss the need to deliver a positive impact
Between 7-8 June over 350 business practitioners will meet in London to discuss why it's imperative businesses put trust and purpose at the heart of what they do and deliver a positive impact.
CEOs from Telefonica O2, Odeon, Ecolab, Virgin Atlantic, Rainforest Alliance, Fairphone, Nespresso and the Irish Food Board will share the stage with 50 other CEOs and senior corporate execs, NGOs and governmental ministers to discuss heir vision on how business can deliver a positive impact on the world and society.
When discussing the importance of the event, Miguel Milano, President EMEA at Salesforce stated "The Responsible Business Summit can help us all effect positive change for our customers while demonstrating ethical business practices."
The event is not only a platform for businesses to share their work, strategy and vision. The two days also represent an unrivalled opportunity for 350+ leading business executives from across the globe to meet and find new ideas and ways to collaborate to improve their business practices.
Craig Kreeger, CEO at Virgin Atlantic Airways, highlights the importance of this collaborative opportunity "Ethical business is at the heart of the Virgin ethos, and as an airline, we know carbon is our number one environmental issue. Ethical Corporation's Responsible Business Summit provides the perfect platform to collaborate and share best practice on sustainable business issues, and I welcome the opportunity to communicate the work we've been doing in this hugely important area.”
Marking its 15th year anniversary this year's event, for the first time, is bringing together all areas of business such as; CSR, marketing, HR, legal, communications, risk and procurement to debate the current issues and opportunities business face.
Organisations have less than four weeks left to submit their applications for a chance to attend the Responsible Business Summit. The deadline for registrations is the 6 June 2016. Those already confirmed include the likes of; Unilever, Novo Nordisk, M&S, Standard Life, HP, ING Group, Deutsche Telekom, The Body Shop, Huawei, AkzoNobel, Patagonia and many more.
The Responsible Business Summit is the concluding part in the Ethical Corporation Global Responsible Business Series. Spanning three continents in three months the series brings together leading business, governmental, NGO and academia professionals to share ideas on how to make business more ethical and responsible. For more information about our events visit here
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