50+ CEOs and leaders will come together to drive the responsible business agenda at Ethical Corporation’s Responsible Business Summit on 7-8 June in London
8th March 2016, London
The broader scope of responsible business is demanding a more risk-focused agenda, providing the knowledge to embed good culture and conduct throughout the business, and to create positive change throughout the value chain and to customers.
The importance of this has been echoed by Ethical Corporation’s Head of European Strategy, Krina Amin who believes that “Brands can’t act by themselves; they need to generate a ripple effect in order to adjust customer behaviour and create that bigger positive change. Instilling a positive culture internally is necessary, and the first step toward mitigating risk to business and its wider stakeholders”
Given the gravitas of this topic, Ethical Corporation is placing business risk as a central theme of this year’s Responsible Business Summit, with the aim of inspiring Europe’s brands to create positive impact through smarter business strategy.
Heads of General Counsel, Risk, Compliance, Strategy, CSR, Communications and Marketing professionals are invited to join the debate to inspire a holistic approach to the way brands can take the next step in responsibility.
Patagonia, Fairphone, Salesforce, Unilever, Ocado, HP, Heathrow, Centrica, Telefonica O2, Novo Nordisk, Standard Life, Walt Disney, Sky, Danone, Lego, Fairtrade, Press Association, Clarks, Pearson, AkzoNobel, Pinsent Masons, Abbott, Old Mutual, Vodafone, Coca Cola, ING Bank, Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group, Huawei Technologies, Janssen, Nespresso and Timberland are among the attendees at the 15th Annual Responsible Business Summit.