On the 27th May 2016, 9.30 to 12.30 (LifeScan Scotland, Beechwood Park North, Inverness IV2 3ED) Is holding a special by invitation only event on the Subject of Corporate Social Responsibility.
This is an essential, free, seminar which is co-hosted by Business in the Community Scotland and the Universities of Glasgow and Aberdeen.
It will present the findings of a three-year research project that examines how corporations in Europe and the US engage with changing notions of corporate social responsibility. It’s a unique opportunity for business and organisations in Inverness and the Highlands to contribute to the discussion.
“We want to hear your experience and understanding of what CSR means to you and to your organisation.” said Richard Cormack Corrigan of Scottish Business in the Community.
The topics being discussed are; What do businesses actually do under the CSR umbrella? How is this engagement shaped by different stakeholders and political initiatives? What does this mean for the business community in Scotland and the UK in the current tough economic times?
The event was oversubscribed when held in Edinburgh and Aberdeen so you are strongly advised to confirm your place ASAP to avoid disappointment as places are strictly limited by capacity of venue.
To reserve your seat at the table please contact Richard Cormack Corrigan, Corporate Advisor at Business in the Community Scotland on 07919477230 or email@example.com.