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NEW DELHI: Indo-French Chamber of Commerce & Industry (IFCCI), Delhi is organizing a seminar on the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) on Thursday, 14 April 2016, 9:30 am onwards at Taj Palace, New Delhi.
With the outline of the new Companies Act by the Indian Parliament, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has emerged as a key constituent for companies in India. As per a recent statement by Finance & Corporate Affairs Minister Arun Jaitley, in 2014-15 almost 76% of CSR budgets have been utilized by corporates. IFCCI aims to create a platform through this event to exchange and discuss the best practices of CSR amongst the Indo-French Business Community in India.
Guestlist: CXOs, Policy makers, National CSR, Communication and Legal heads, PSUs, Select NGOs
Expected audiance: 100+ premium guests
Event Format: Introductions, Panel Discussion, Interactive Q&A, Networking
Keynote Speaker: CEO, Ministry of Corporate Affairs (IICA)
Moderator: CEO, NASCOMM Foundation or CII (TBD)
Panel: French Bank – BNP Paribas (TBD), French Co – Capgemini, French NGO, Indian Co – DLF/HCL
IFCCI invites companies to display of interactive desks, showcasing CSR projects of Enterprises on the sideline of the event.
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