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Nestlé, Adidas, Unilever, Lufthansa, & Siemens Join The Leading European Responsible Business Summit


The promising list of speakers for the event, makes it the best so far.

Dailycsr.com – 17 March 2017 – The “Responsible Business Summit Europe” will take place from the 7th of June 2017 to the 8th of June 2017, whereby the list of speakers and its agenda seem be the “most impressive” one among all the summit held so far.
The speakers are led by the C.E.Os from the corporate sector aiming to “uncover the FACTUAL potential for Businesses to deliver social and business impact”. So far, there has been a rise of hundred seventy percent in the confirmation of the attendees, whereby the year 2017 to be a promising year that would bring the “best”, most “inspiring” and “innovative” businesses to London, which is turning out to be the “leading responsible business conference”  of Europe.
The some of the companies who have already joined in with the summit are “Adidas, Lufthansa, Unilever, Nestlé, Siemens, Skanska, IKEA and BASF”.
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Here is in brief, the list of topics and areas that the summit will tread in, as mentioned in the Ethical Performance:
  • 100% focused on your needs: There’s no corporate/ CSR fluff in our agenda. Throughout every session we will be linking social impact back to business benefits and metrics. Three of the tracks we will focus on; data collection and usage, internal and external engagement and communications and co-creating broader alliances.
  • Critical Insight from CEOs and Business Leaders: In our most senior line-up to date, we have the largest number of CEOs and leaders from the likes of Aviva, Dell, Allianz, WBCSD, The Coop, MasterCard, Heineken, Johnson and Johnson, ebay, Smurfit Kappa, McDonald’s sharing their strategy and future direction
  • The inputs and outputs from this impressive and influential gathering will change the direction of corporate responsibility shaping what the business of tomorrow will look like.