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An Invitation To ‘National CSR & Sustainability Conference’ 2016


London is going to host the debate and conference sessions to promote “sustainable business”.

Dailycsr.com – 26 April 2016 – Roz Savage MBE, the woman in the world cross the “Atlantic, the Pacific and the Indian Oceans” by rowing solo, whereby attaining the world record as “adventure rower”, will be addressing the “National CSR & Sustainability Conference” as a “keynote speaker”. The said conference is scheduled to take place on the 12th of May 2016 in London.
Furthermore, Adam Freeman-Paskto, an Olympist rower, will also join Savage in addressing the crowd by delivering an “‘In Conversation’ session”, wherein the duo will share their “personal experiences and aspirations of a sustainable future”.
Ethicalperformance promotes invitation, by writing:
“The CSR & Sustainability Conferenceboasts an outstanding range of expert speakers representing the breadth and depth of business responsibility. Join us to recognise the leaders and challenge the laggards. We will learn hard truths about the scale of the challenges as well as innovative and unprecedented opportunities for real change”.
The opening panel of the conference will include Paul Monaghan, voted by “a Global poll” as the “most influential CSR leader” for the year of 2015. Monaghan’s talk will focus on “Transforming Business – The Ethical Challenge”. However, other lecture sessions will include discussions and encourage debate on various issues like “Circular Economy, Corporate Taxation and COP21”.
The Crystalin Royal Victoria Docks of London, the “most sustainable event space in the World”, will be hosting the conference. The price of the tickets is “£175” which will incorporate “refreshments, buffet lunch and admission to the Siemens ‘Future of Cities’ exhibition”. However, one can avail concessional tickets as well “on request”.