CRY to Host Corporate Responsibility Summit in Mumbai on 7 March


INDIACSR News Network

John Elkington

MUMBAI: CRY (Child Rights and You) is organizing Corporate Responsibility Summit on March 7, 2012 in Mumbai at JW Marriott Hotel. CRY – Child Rights and You is an Indian Non Government Organisation (NGO) that catalyses change in the lives of underprivileged children in India by restoring their rights.

“CRY Corporate Responsibility Summit will be a convergence of expertise, learning and innovation to deepen corporate engagement in social issues for a sustainable future.” CRY spokesperson said INDIACSR.

John Elkington, Founding Partner & Executive Chairman of Volans, Co-founder of SustainAbility, Coined TRIPLE BOTTOM LINE will be key note speaker of the summit.

Dr Meena Kaushik

Dr. Meena Kaushik, Behavioural Specialist, Founder of Quantum are Ola Lohman, Country representative of AccountAbility in Sweden are other key speakers of the summit.

CEOs, CMOs, Head of HR, Head of CSR, Head of Corp Communication, Directors, Managers, and Professionals who would like to listen, interact and learn from the Global stalwarts of Social Responsibility are the targated audience of the summit.

Date: 7th March, 2012
Venue: JW Marriott Hotel, Mumbai
Time: 09.30 am to 05.30 pm


Ola Lohman

To know more about participation can write to:
Alakananda Ghosh at or
Shatarupa Chatterjee at or

Summit website: CRY Corporate Responsibility Summit

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