Reporting has the chance to create genuine value to business if it aligns itself further to the impact mission

The reporting landscape is changing. There's a significant shift towards putting a financial value on sustainability data with an increasing requirement to measure the true value of impact.

In a big-data world evidence is everything and reliable, compelling reporting is more vital now than ever before. Reporting has the chance to create genuine value to business if it aligns itself further to the impact mission.

That’s what Ethical Corporation’s Sustainability Reporting & Communications Summitwill deliver on. We've hand picked some of the leaders from across Europe to share how to accurately report on social and environmental impacts. Below is the 45+ confirmed speaker faculty driving the debate in October:

  • Tim Mohin, Chief Executive, GRI

  • Richard Howitt, CEO, International Integrated Reporting Council

  • Michael Goebbels, Director Corporate Responsibility, Strategy & Reporting, Metro AG

  • Kate Bowyer, CFO, Crown Estate

  • Liz Barber, Group Director of Finance, Yorkshire Water

  • Paul Simpson, CEO and co-founder, CDP

  • Mark Gough, Executive Director, Natural Capital Coalition

  • Stefan Seidel, Head of Corporate Sustainability, Puma

  • Sandra Schoonhoven, Head Sustainability Programmes, Global Sustainability, ING

  • Declan Guerin, CFO, Rolls Royce

  • Chris Cook, Global Sustainability Director, AkzoNobel

  • Marjella Alma, CEO & Co-Founder, Datamaran

  • Markus Strangmüller, Vice President of Sustainability – Business to Society, Siemens

  • Caroline Hill, Head of Sustainability, Land Securities

  • Claudine Blamey, Head of Sustainability and Stewardship, Crown Estate

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  • Helle Bank Jorgensen, CEO, B. Accountability

  • George Cobb, Group Sustainability Accountant, SSE

  • Paul Gerrard, Group Policy Director, Co-op

  •  Dr. Gavin Milligan, Group Sustainability Director, William Jackson Food Group

  • Andy Brown, Head of Sustainability, Anglian Water

  • Peter Harris, Director of Sustainability Europe, UPS

  • Dr Gemma Cranston, Director, Cambridge Institute for Sustainable Leadership

  • Katrien Rennemeier, Senior Sustainability Advisor, Toyota Industries

  • Martina Macpherson, Head of ESG Research & Analysis, S&P Global Ratings

  • Fleur Hudig, Head of Corporate Citizenship, NN Group

  • Lene Serpa, Head of Governance and Research, Maersk

  • Tony D’Arcy, Head of Corporate Responsibility Reporting, Nokia

  • Annie Heaton, Head of Sustainable Development Reporting, ArcelorMittal

  • Anna Maria Rugarli, Sustainability & Responsibility Senior Director, EMEA, VF Corporation

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  • Tjeerd Krumpelman, Head of Reporting & Stakeholder Engagement, ABN AMRO

  • Eric Bischof, VP Corporate Sustainability, Covestro

  • Leon Kamhi, Head of Responsibility, Hermes

  • Rupert Maitland-Titterton, Senior Director, Corporate Communications, Public Affairs & Sustainability, EMEA, Kellogg's

  • Jan Klawitter, Principal, International Relations, Anglo American

  • Christian Heller, Senior Manager Corporate Sustainability Strategy, BASF

  • Sarah Dyson, Director of Corporate Responsibility and Corporate Reporting, GSK

  • Justine Harris, Head of Corporate Transparency & Stakeholder Engagement, Vodafone Group

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  • Anna Hagemann Rise, Group Public Affairs & Communication Director, Froosh Smoothies

  •  Louise Koch, Corporate Sustainability Lead, EMEA, Dell

  • Michael Karimian, Human Rights Program Manager, Microsoft

  •  Vincent Neate, Board Member, Social Value UK

  •  Katie Buchanan, Head of Sustainability, Virgin Media

  •  Nicoletta Heilsberger, Senior Manager Sustainability Management, Siemens

  • Giulia Genuardi, Head of Sustainability Planning and Performance Management, Enel

  •  Donna Marshall, Professor, UCD School of Business

  • Camilla Goldbeck-Löwe, Corporate Responsibility Expert, Sustainability and Public Affairs, Ericsson AB

  •  David Schofield, Group Head of Corporate Responsibility, Aviva

We've brought together some of the leading minds in sustainability reporting and communications to debate the future of sustainability reporting. If you're responsible for your companies reporting activities then you need to join us and 200+ peers on 17-18 October in London debating total impact reporting.

You can receive a £200 discount off your pass to the Summit. Simply quote 'LD200' when reserving your place here

I hope you can join us in October.