A new venue, offering greater capacity, has been confirmed for the October event

Ethical Corporation is excited to announce that this year’s Sustainability Reporting and Communications Summit (16-17 October, Amsterdam) has had to move to a new and bigger hotel. This move is a result of the event being over 30% up on last year’s event and facing increasingly unprecedented interest in the event.

Download the newly updated brochure and discover why you need to join 300+ peers at the event in October

This will be the Sustainability Reporting and Communications event of 2019 where transparency, disclosure and investor engagement are placed at the heart of the conversations.

This year’s event will have two tracks and over 10 workshops and case study sessions built to give the 300+ attendees new ideas and answers to the key issues shaping corporate reporting.

Talking about the move to the new location Liam Dowd, managing director at Ethical Corporation says "due to unprecedented interested in this Summit, and the co-located Transform Summit, we've made the decision to move to a location that offers us increased capacity and ability to run in-depth workshops and case study sessions across the two days.

"Sustainability reporting has fast become of critical importance for companies and investors alike - this year's #Reporting19 event will bridge the gap between the two communities so that there is increased understanding, transparency and action on what matters - transforming business for the good of society."

Download the newly updated brochure and discover why you need to join 300+ peers at the event in October

Join senior leaders from the likes of; Unilever, IKEA, Siemens, ABN AMRO, Heineken, BlackRock, BT, Invesco, HSBC Global Asset Management, IHG, Givaudan, Ingersoll Rand, IIRC, Nordea Bank, Tullow Oil, European Investment Bank, GRI, Tetra Pak, The LEGO Group, Walgreens Boots Alliance, Microsoft, Morgan Stanley, Schneider Electric, CDP, Pernod Ricard, Metro AG, Itaú BBA, Kingfisher, Moody’s and many more.

For more information about the event contact:

Liam Dowd
Managing Director
Ethical Corporation

“The event is a useful platform for anyone working in corporate responsibility – it brings together all major players in the field to debate and align on the most pressing sustainability issues”
Tim Mohin, Chief Executive, GRI

“This is truly an inspirational event - perfectly combining best cases on complying with the requirements of CR reporting and exploring the diverse chances of CR communication. It is a great opportunity to meet with peers and learn from their experiences.”
Michael Goebbels, Director Corporate Responsibility, METRO AG

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