Mega CSR Conference in Mumbai on 9 May 2012
(A Conference in Support of Business Sustainability)
Date: 9th May 2012
Venue: Ramada Plaza Palm Grove, Juhu Beach, Mumbai.
Last Date of Registration: 15 April 2012
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Conference Contact : (0) 99810 99555 (Rusen Kumar)
For detailed information: http://www.conference.indiacsr.in/index.php
The summit will have interesting segments like a master class on measuring CSR impact by Ola Lohman – an expert associated with the Swedish Institute.
INDIA CSR News Network
MUMBAI: The summit will see representatives from some of India’s leading corporate houses in attendance at the JW Mariott, Juhu on 7th March, 2012.
On March 7, 2012, at the JW Mariott, Juhu, expertise, learning and innovation will converge at the CRY Corporate Social Responsibility Summit (http://www.cry.org/microsite/CCRS/index.html), with the aim to deepen corporate India’s engagement in social issues for a sustainable future. Organised by CRY – Child Rights and You – the nation’s leading child rights advocate, the summit will see representatives from some of India’s leading corporate houses in attendance at the JW Mariott, Juhu.
The key note speaker at the summit is John Elkington, who has been described by Business Week as the ‘dean of the corporate responsibility movement for three decades’. He coined the term ‘triple bottom line’ and has been one of the world’s greatest influencers on sustainability. Also present at the summit will be industry stalwarts like Kishor Chaukhar (MD Tata Industries), Nitin Paranjpe (Chairman HUL), Santosh Desai (MD Future Brands), TR Ramachandran (CEO Aviva), BS Nagesh (CEO Shopper’s Stop), Meena Kaushik (founder Quantum) and Rohini Nilekani.
The summit will have interesting segments like a master class on measuring CSR impact by Ola Lohman – an expert associated with the Swedish Institute. There would also be sharing of findings from an independent research commissioned by CRY on consumer perceptions of CSR, as well as corporate expectations from CSR.
CSR in India
1. 16% of India’s top 100 listed companies (by revenue) have a corporate responsibility strategy in place as opposed to 2. 73% of their global 250 (companies revenue-wise) counterparts
Only 31% of these top 100 companies do any sort of responsibility reporting
Source: KPMG Corporate Responsibility Survey 2011