Ethical Corporation 8th Annual Responsible Business Awards 2017

Date: 16-Oct-17 to 16-Oct-17
Location: Waldorf Hilton London / London / United Kingdom
Category: Energy Environment Conferences & Trade Fairs

As the world faces increasing pressures and instability, now more than ever before businesses and organisations need to show leadership in pioneering a way to a more responsible and sustainable future.

On 16th October 2017 Ethical Corporation’s Responsible Business Awards will recognise and reward the leading responsible businesses out there, and highlight to others best practice and key strategies that have worked in the real world.

Our Awards Ceremony, now in it's 8th year, is widely recognised around the globe as the leading Awards that benchmarks and rewards those businesses that are delivering a more sustainable and responsible business environment.

In the past two years we’ve celebrated strategies from organisations from 16 different countries. Some of last year’s winners and highly commended include; Deutsche Telekom, Novartis, Timberland, Interface, Keurig, Itaú Unibanco, Yes Bank, Turk Telecom, Simplot and Standard Life to name a few.

The awards will offer the prestige of being recognised by a global community of business practitioners, as well as a platform to network and find out about best practice techniques.

The Awards recognise genuine, truly innovative and meaningful approaches to making responsible business a reality.

By entering the Ethical Corporation Awards, you will:

- GAIN RECOGNITION FROM YOUR PEERS and experts as a global leader in Corporate
Responsibility and Sustainability.

- GET THE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT YOU DESERVE for your company’s commitment to responsible business practice.

- BOOST YOUR REPUTATION for ethical best practice with the largest CSR community in the world.

We look forward to learning about your sustainable business techniques.


Markus Strangmüller - VP of Sustainability - Business to Society at Siemens, Irene Quarshie - VP Responsible Resourcing at Target Corporation, Richard Ellis - VP Corporate Social Responsiblity at Walgreens Boots Alliance, Christine Diamente - Head of Brand Strategy at Nokia, Oliver Balch - Journalist at the Guardian, David Grayson - Director at the Doughty Centre for Corporate Responsiblity Cranfield University, Aris Vrettos - Director of Open Programmes at University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability, Natalie Chan - Director and Principal Sustainability Consultant at PIE Strategy Limited, Ioannis Ioannou - Associate Professor Strategy & Entrepreneurship at London Business School, Kirstie McIntyre - Director WW Environmental Operations at HP inc.

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