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Webinar: Measuring Responsibility Internationally

Indexes and Benchmarking across the world

Partner: Business in the Community (BITC)
Event date: Monday 2 April 2012
14:00 UK Time
Location: United Kingdom
Venue: Remotely from your desk
Contact details: Tessa Kipping
+44 (0) 207 566 6642
Booking Details:

Places are limited so please register with Tessa Kipping first.

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The webinar is aimed at those companies that are committed to making a difference in their businesses by acting responsibly. Most companies, large or small, measure their CSR to ensure they are both hitting key performance indicators and retaining a competitive edge.
This webinar aims to look at cultural differences from country to country and see how Indexing can vary. BITC, Fibs and Maala will explore this topic with your company. You will be able to look at Indexing objectionably in this webinar – to chart the challenges and opportunities different regions experience and come away with a clear idea of why Indexing and Benchmarking is valuable for your company.

Target Audience:

  • NGO Partner/s that are involved in a CSR index
  • NGO Partners that run or want to launch CSR indexes. They can get ideas or benchmark from the examples provided in the webinar
  • Businesses that work internationally and want to be considered CSR peers internationally trough CSR indexes.
  • Businesses that work in the UK and want to know how the BITC CR index works.

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