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Ethical Corporation to host summit on sustainable business

Nov '18
Courtesy: Ethical Corporation
Courtesy: Ethical Corporation
Over 600 CEOs, business leaders, investors, government representatives and NGOs will discuss how to be at the forefront of a sustainable future at the 18th edition of the Responsible Business Summit in Europe. The summit by Ethical Corporation, beginning June 10, will create partnerships, share practical insights and shape the future sustainability agenda.

“Ethical Corporation over its years has made a major contribution in advancing the cause of more responsible and sustainable business models. It provides a unique, refreshing perspective and insights for the responsible business leaders," Paul Polman, CEO, Unilever.

The three-day summit will cover various agendas namely time to lead, data-driven materiality and impact, new multi-stakeholder approach, communicate, engage & report and the focus of investors among others.

“In a world undergoing rapid, accelerating change, we need to set a new, transformational and ethical business agenda for the world we all want. I look forward to discussing how at the #RBSEU," Lise Kingo, CEO and executive director, United Nations Global Compact.

The speakers finalised for the event are Jürgen Maier, CEO Siemens UK, SakerNusseibeh, CEO, Hermes, Magnus Billing, CEO, Alecta, Erik Fyrwald, CEO, Syngenta, Al Naqvi, President, American AI Association, Ryan O'keeffe, Managing Director, Blackrock, Jeff Hogue, Chief Sustainability Officer, C&A, Sally Uren, CEO, Forum for the future and Catherine Howarth, CEO, Share Action. (RR)

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