Vikasa Conference For ‘New Model For CSR’ on March 5


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HYDERABAD:Vikasa International Center for Social Entrepreneurship and Business Responsibility is organizing the P-Cubed Conference themed ‘Social Enterprise: The New Model for CSR’ to held at Hitex Exhibition center.The conference in its essence, captures the mandate of Vikasa International Center promoting sustainable development through responsible business, and facilitate social entrepreneurship.It

As can be gauged from the theme, Vikasa aims to discuss and collaborate on a unique proposition, combining the resources of CSR with the ethos of social enterprises. It is focusing  conversation on the possibility of structuring CSR models towards building scalable and sustainable social initiatives in addressing some of the most pressing social challenges in India and globally. Experts  representing various fields are expected to grace the event eminent people fields to share their thoughts.

Further, several prominent organizations and individuals working in the field of CSR and Social Entrepreneurship will participate. Minister of IT and Panchayati Raj, Mr. K Taraka Ramarao  has sent his sent to be Chief guest, Guests of Honor include British Deputy High Commissioner Mr. Andrew McAllister and representation from industry associations, corporates and social enterprises national and international.

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