On the 25th and 26th November, the Regent’s Park Marriott hotel will play host to the largest meeting of multinational companies in 2010 discussing CR/sustainability reporting and communications.
29 May 2010, London
The CR Reporting and Communications Summit (http://www.ethicalcorp.com/reporting) is the largest gathering in Europe on this topic. For two days in late November, many of the world’s biggest companies will gather in London to debate and discuss the future of corporate responsibility reporting.
The Marriott hotel in Swiss Cottage will play host to 18 individual workshops, where over 30 of Europe’s leading companies will present their own CR/sustainability reporting and communications strategies.
Julia King, Vice-President of CR at GlaxosmithKline will demonstrate how the pharmaceutical giant embeds sustainability reporting throughout the company’s many offices in the second plenary session of the first day.
Tying up the conference on the second day will be Josh Hardie, Head of Corporate Responsibility at Tesco. Mr Hardie will present how Tesco communicates their CR strategy to their stakeholders – a tough issue and one fraught with danger.
Other companies presenting their own CR reporting strategy over the two days include Arcelor Mittal, PepsiCo, Vodafone, Alliance-Boots, Danske Bank and Henkel.
Over 100 CR and sustainability professionals will be in attendance – both to take in best practice from speakers, and to network and discuss the topic in detail with each other. Other organisations confirmed to take part include BG Group, LaFarge, L’Oreal, Sanofi Aventis and the UK’s Royal Mail.
For more information on this two-day conference, go to http://www.ethicalcorp.com/reporting
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Ethical Corporation is an independent publisher and conference organiser, launched in 2001 to encourage debate and discussion on responsible business. Ethical Corporation also publishes the new online magazine www.ClimateChangeCorp.com, launched in February 2007.