CSR & Sustainability Summit: The Next Phase of Corporate Social Responsibility – Are We There Yet?

Date

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30 May 2013

Time

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8.30am

Venue

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Hotel Istana, Kuala Lumpur

 

The role of corporate social responsibility or CSR has been moving into a different level in recent times. It has also experienced a shift in how people perceive it. From the basic perception that it is merely a tool for public relations and philanthropy, it has grown into a platform for advocating commercial and societal objectives as well as for building a sustainable economy.

 

In ensuring this, the discipline of CSR itself has to be sustainable. What is its reach? Are its projects sustainable? Are these projects efective in achieving the ideals that CSR propagates or are they merely apital-draining exercises? How can organisations further beneft from CSR?

 

o be sustainable. What is its reach? Are its projects sustainable? Are these projects efective in achieving the ideals that CSR propagates or are they merely apital-draining exercises? How can organisations further beneft from CSR?

Moving forward, some key challenges remain. But the future of CSR looks promising as we explore itsintegration into core business models, identify opportunities for collaboration across sectors and help organisations recognise the impact that good programmes have on their reputation, profits and productivity.

 

Who Should Attend:

  • Chairmen, Presidents, CEOs, Managing Directors and General Managers
  • Policymakers and government offcials, professionals, managers, and consultants...in the areas of:
    • corporate social responsibility
    • corporate affairs / legal affairs / regulatory affairs
    • corporate governance
    • sustainability
    • technology / innovation / environment
  • Representatives of social enterprises and philathropic foundations