With a 170% rise in attendance, the 16th Annual Responsible Business Summit Europe is shaping to be the largest and most influential gathering of 500+ in Business Responsibility. 2017 is bringing the leading businesses, CEOs and governmental personnel to debate how to quantify social impact.
As part of Ethical Corporation’s annual Responsible Business Trends 2017 Report we reached out approximately 2,500 global business executives to get an understanding of the top sustainability trends and issues for 2017. This snapshot highlights some key findings from our community based in Europe.
The Responsible Business Summit Europe (London, 7-8 June), has the most impressive (CEO-led!) speaker line-up and agenda to date - all designed to uncover the FACTUAL potential for Businesses to deliver social and business impact.
With 170% rise in confirmed attendees so far, 2017 is bringing the best, the most innovative and most inspiring businesses to London, shaping to be the leading responsible business conference in Europe.
With digital and data transforming industries and empowering audiences, companies are battling to find new ways to build trust and reputation, engage and influence stakeholders while protecting against data breaches.
In Ethical Corporation’s latest briefing, we outline key strategies for companies to ensure the hard-won trust and reputation is maintained in this digital, multichannel world.
If the Sustainable Development Goals are to be met, business will have to play a major role. The UNDP programme says ‘Achieving the SDGs requires the partnership of governments, private sector, civil society and citizens alike to make sure we leave a better planet for future generations’.
But how can companies go about integrating the SDGs into their own business operations?
In Ethical Corporation’s newly published briefing, we outline the key strategies for companies to ensure the SDGs are aligned to their core business.