Seminar on ‘CSR, Social Innovation, Diversity and Inclusion- UK and India in London


 INDIACSR News Network

LONDON: UK based non-profit development organization – Choice International in partnership with The New Global Indian (NGI) and Indo-European Business Forum (IEBF) is hosting a seminar on ‘CSR, Social Innovation, Diversity and Inclusion- UK and India, being held on June 6, 2013 at Pennington’s LLP in London, Manoj Soma, CEO, Choice International informed INDIACSR.

Manoj Soma
Manoj Somasundaram

The purpose of the seminar is to explore opportunities for promoting social innovation, CSR, diversity and inclusion in the UK and in India and create a platform for businesses, professionals, social entrepreneurs and passionate individuals to collaborate and share learning across these four areas among UK and India. Aim of the event is to empower individuals to raise their concerns and offer their own insights into the issues that are important to them from personal experience.

Keynote speakers at the seminar include Ms Purnima Voria- Founder/ CEO National US India Chamber of Commerce (NUICC); Baroness Verma, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change; David Raine, Chief Executive, Penningtons Solicitors; Richard Heald, Chief Executive, UK India Business Council; Subhash V Thakrar, Chairman, London Chamber of Commerce; Kalyani Gandhi-Rhodes, UK South Asia Engagement Manager, Oxfam; Jaspal Dhani CEO, UKDPC; Amanda Feldman, Engagement Manager, Volans and others.


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