Over 180 CSR professionals are expected in London on the 25th - 26th November to try to reach a consensus on the best way to produce, and use corporate responsibility/sustainability reporting. London, 24 July 2009

Well-known figures in the CSR world are aware that the current state of non-financial reporting is not ‘fit for purpose’.

Ethical Corporation, a leader in CSR intelligence and news, is therefore launching it’s third annual CR Reporting and Communications Summit at an opportune time. Nick Johnson, Head of Conferences at the organisation said:

“From our close contact with the industry, we’re aware that the CR and sustainability professional is crying out for advice on how to make better use of CR reporting. We keep being told that key stakeholders just aren’t reading these reports. The conference is designed to help companies improve readability, as well as making the CR report more useful, full stop.”

The event website is available here: www.ethicalcorp.com/reporting.

The conference brings together a roster of reporting experts from across Europe. 29 are confirmed in all, and this includes representatives from companies as wide ranging as De Beers; Tesco; SKF; Vodafone; Lego; Danone; ASDA and Marks & Spencer.

Over the two days, attendees will cover only topics suggested by their peers, as usual in Ethical Corporation events. Topics requested this year include external verification; web 2.0 and CR reporting; social impact assessment; and embedding sustainability reporting in organisations.

For a comprehensive programme for the conference, and further information on the business leaders already attending, please go to www.ethicalcorp.com/reporting

For More Information
Nick Johnson
Head of Conferences
Ethical Corporation
T: +44 (0)20 7375 7209
E: nick.johnson@ethicalcorp.com

About Ethical Corporation
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.

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