Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability 2010 Conference in Malaysia on June 21-22, India based INDIACSR, promoting CSR communications in India i.e. (www.indiacsr.in) is a media partner of the conference
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KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia: Marcus Evans, headquartered in London, will be holding Corporate Responsibility (CR) and Sustainability 2010 conference on June 21 and June 22 at Prince Hotel, KL, Malaysia. India based INDIACSR, promoting CSR communications in India i.e. (www.indiacsr.in) is a media partner of the conference. This event is also supported by International Society of Sustainability Professionals (ISSP), CSR Asia, CSR Digest, Green Business Times and AsiaIsGreen.com.
Conference will address challenges in today’s challenging economic conditions as there has been an increase in attention to social obligations, economic and environment aspect of business activity and performance from key decision makers such as the investors, suppliers, customers, employees, pressure groups and the community.
This conference is important for developing countries like India because it will align Corporate Responsibility initiatives with business goals to create awareness both internally and externally. It will also capitalize CR efforts in India to be in par with other developed countries in this rat race of business empowerment leading to power in sustainability.
The “tone from the top” has adopted Corporate Responsibility as a significant theme by recognising it as a major corporate driver. This two-day quality-driven conference will revolutionize debate on real-life experiences and cultivate innovative solutions to reshape the quality of your corporate responsibility process. Delegates will value information in regard to financial risk, environmental impacts, sustainability assessment, CR measurement, and employee engagement to upscale standards in their organization.
In today’ challenging economic conditions and competing environment, the focus on corporate responsibility is crucial because it will ensure companies are making the right decisions in leading to positive investments for their long term viability. Good corporate citizenship in good businesses also argues the importance of corporate responsibility as a good will and will ensure success in the long term.
The CR trend is being driven by many factors which include the erosion of trusts in large organisation, the evolution of corporate governance movement, the globalisation of businesses, competitive pressure to be more socially responsible and the rise of socially responsible funds. Barriers to implementation cite cost implications, awareness and unproven benefits. The main objectives of organisations moving towards a responsible business do not only limit within long term objectives but also has become critical for corporate reputation, business success and sustainable investments as a survivor strategy.
Corporate Responsibility is a recurring concern as it deals with issues that needs to be understood by the various parties involved in Corporate Responsibility. It is highly crucial to focus on corporate responsibility because it will ensure companies are making the right decisions in leading to positive investments for their long term viability. Good corporate citizenship in good businesses also argues the importance of corporate responsibility as a good will and will ensure success in the long term.
According to Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Bursa Malaysia Mr. Datuk Yusli Mohamed Yusoff, this bid is in the hope of attracting investors with increasing awareness of this area. While the roots of CR deepen globally, existing trends are picking up heat while new organizations are taking shape to drive CR awareness and implementation to an outstanding level.
Marcus Evans, conference producer, conferences and trainings, Ms Roshini, said the conference is to build on cutting edge business sustainability through strategic corporate responsibility that drives your business as a leader.
This conference will be officiated by Rosemary Bissett, Head of Sustainability Governance & Risk, National Australia Bank. About the conference speakers: Erik Jonnaert, Vice President External Relations Asia, Procter and Gamble, Singapore; Ralph Justin Dixon, Director of Environmental Investment, YTL Malaysia; Vimal Kumar, Head of Corporate Responsibility, Digi Communications; Ravindran Raman Kutty, Manoj Chakravarti, Chief Operations Officer, Centre for Corporate Governance and Citizenship, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore, Ven Raman,Managing Director of Carl Zeiss S.E.Asia & India, Garima Varma, Head of Corporate Communication, Fidelity Business Service India and among others. This event is also supported by International Society of Sustainability Professionals (ISSP), CSR Asia, CSR Digest and INDIA CSR.
About Marcus Evans
Headquartered in London, Marcus Evans is one of the world’s biggest conference organizer with offices in over 30 countries worldwide. As a world leader in business events, we hold over 1000 summits, congresses, conferences and training courses per year. More comprehensive information on our company can be found at www.marcusevans.com
INDIACSR is India’s first portal dedicated to and making significant contribution to give new dimension perspective to the domain and of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Sustainability which is emerging globally as one of the hottest contemporary issue globally. CSR in India has seen paradigm in the light of changing government, regulatory environment, peer pressure, compulsion in the light of globalization and the quest for global corporate hegemony. CSR still has long way to go in India. www.indiacsr.in is working on acting as between present en visioned future.The INDIACSR is building an information network consisting of a website, e-newsletter and a magazine.
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