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PYXERA Global Joins Ethical Corporation To Weave Further Profit With Purpose



02/27/2017

The fifth summit of Ethical Corporation to seek for latent CSR potential.


PYXERA Global Joins Ethical Corporation To Weave Further Profit With Purpose
Dailycsr.com – 27 February 2017 – In a delightful tone, PYXERA Global made an announcement revealing its collaboration with the Ethical Corporation, whereby the partnership will work to promote the drive towards “responsible business, CSR, and sustainability executives”, as a means to further explore the links of profit and purpose.
 
The fifth “Responsible Business Summit” will take place in New York on from the 27th of March 2017 to 28th of March 2017 “at the Brooklyn Marriott Hotel” which will be attended by the Chief Executive Officer of PYXERA Global, Deirdre White along with the Timberland’s “Director of Strategic Partnerships and Business Development”, Margaret Morey-Reuner and “Ian Rosenberg, Founder, Thread for the interactive talk, Partnership X Factor: Partnerships that Accelerate Change”.
 
The said gathering will feature “three focused tracks” those have been designed to expose the “REAL potential for CSR” so as to boost profitability, promote growth and to influence culture. The event will host more than two hundred delegates coming from various companies like “Coca Cola, Zendesk, Heineken, HSBC, Salesforce, Bacardi, Oracle, The New York Times, Vita Coco, Dell, Adobe, Salesforce, KEMET Corporation, HSBC, Interface, Bloomberg” and VF Corporation.
 
Moreover, there will be around forty five “senior level speakers”, some of them are, as mentioned by the Ethical Performance:
  • Jim Kean, CEO, Steelcase
  • Calvin G. Butler Jr., CEO, Baltimore Gas & Electric
  • Mayor Kasim Reed, Altanta
  • Diane Wakeley Solinger, Director, GooglersGive
  • Franz W. Paasche, SVP Corporate Affairs and Communications, PayPal
  • Christine Cioffe, SVP Global R&D, PepsiCo
  • Jim Vella, President, Ford Motor Fund 
  • Larry Berger, CTO, Ecolab
 
 
 
 
References:
ethicalperformance.com