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22 years after John Elkington gave life to the triple bottom line concept, companies are still striving to close the gap between social and environmental elements and the economic side of the business.

In this session you will hear from a leading financial professional that has worked with top sustainability organisations, to provide a financial perspective on what you can do to demonstrate the link between ESG and profit.

  • Create a structured and robust approach to proving the financial value of CSR

  • Overcome the challenges that still remain when demonstrating the ROI on Social and Environmental impacts

  • Hear honest feedback from a Chief Executive Officer and a Finance director about their views on CSR and how it is interpreted by leadership in the business

  • Understand how to link CSR to business performance and how to communicate the outcomes with your company leadership

Chris Ireland Chief Executive Officer, JLL UK

Luke Graham Director of Finance, Britain Stronger in Europe

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