UK Government Minister and CEOs from Virgin Atlantic, Fairphone, Heathrow, Nespresso, Telefonica 02 and Fairtrade support Responsible Business Summit in London, June

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CEOs from Europe’s most innovative and inspiring brands in responsible business will gather in London on 7th and 8th June 2016 to discuss how to build trust and purpose for their business.

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How to leverage responsibility to keep ahead of business risk.

UK Government Minister and CEOs from Virgin Atlantic, Fairphone, Heathrow, Odeon UCI, Nespresso, Telefonica 02 and Fairtrade join 55 speakers on how to become a trusted business and deliver positive impact at Ethical Corporation’s Responsible Business Summit in June.

The broader scope of responsible business is demanding a more risk-focused agenda through embedding good culture and conduct throughout the business, and creating positive change throughout the value chain and to customers.

This year’s summit agenda will focus on how to leverage responsibility to keep ahead of business risk.

CEO speakers include Baroness Neville-Rolfe, Under Secretary of State and MP for Intellectual Property, Business Innovation and Skills, UK Government; Ronan Dunne, Telefonica UK O2’s CEO; Craig Kreeger, Virgin Atlantic’s CEO; John Holland-Kaye, Heathrow’s CEO; Bas van Abel, Fairphone’s CEO; Paul Donovan, Odeon UCI’s CEO; Jean-Marc Duvoisin, Nespresso’s CEO; Heidi Mottram, Northumbrian Water Group’s CEO; Nigel Sizer, Rainforest Alliance’s CEO and Michael Gidney, Fairtrade’s CEO.

Topics include influencing customer behaviour, relating to investors, building business relationships, partnering successfully and leveraging marketing to drive sustainable innovation and become the brand of the future.

The latest agenda, along with the up-to-date speaker line-up can be seen here: http://1.ethicalcorp.com/LP=7260

For more information, use the contact details below:
Krina Amin
Head of Strategy Europe | Ethical Corporation | 0207 375 7508 | Krina.amin(at)ethicalcorp(dot)com

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