Ethical Corporation partners with Conscious Creatives
Delighted to announce that Ethical Corporation is partnering with Conscious Creatives to drive the movement for responsible business, CSR and sustainability execs to transform business to deliver long-term impacts on business, society and environment.
We will be exhibiting at Ethical Corporation’s 17th Responsible Business Summit Europe taking place on 13-14th June, 2018 at the Hilton London Bankside Hotel. The summit is Europe’s leading business conference.
The summit offers four focused tracks all shaped to uncover the REAL potential for business to drive transformational change to deliver positive impact. Over 600 delegates will attend from Hilton, DSM, Hermes Investment Management, Microsoft, Boots, PwC, Care International and 80+ senior level speakers including;
- Lise Kingo, CEO & Executive Director, United Nations Global Compact
- Geoff Skingsley, Chairman UK & Ireland, L’Oréal
- Juan Martin, President, Mars
- Martino Scabbia Guerrini, President EMEA, VF
- Bennett Freeman, Former US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy
- Sylvia Metayer, CEO Worldwide Corporate Services, Sodexo
- Jürgen Gerke, CEO, Allianz Capital Partners
- Tim Mohin, Chief Executive, GRI
Access the full speaker line-up and agenda here
Conscious Creatives are particularly excited to attend this event as we continue our journey to support businesses of all sizes in their sustainability efforts. With leaders like Lise Kingo and Tim Mohin taking the stage not only will there be clear and direct responses to bringing sustainability into your business but into your culture as well.
As an Impact Communications agency, we know first hand that to truly bring sustainability into your business it has to come from the top. The culture has to be clear from the leadership team down.
Google offers a fantastic case study with their “20% time” that allows all of their full-time employees to focus on personal projects. The culture puts sustainability first and with Kate Brandt, at the helm, those employees are using that time to focus on helping to solve Google’s ambitious sustainability plans.
Like machine-learning in the company’s data centres, which has led to a 15% decrease in energy use in the facilities where it has been piloted. (More here).
We are excited to learn from all of the experts at the event and at our own stand we are going to bringing our own mix of fun, creativity and competition so if you are attending the event be sure to stop by.