The 4th International Singapore Compact CSR Summit 2012 is back. Themed “Trends, Threats and Opportunities”, the conference will highlight the value of CSR and look at aspects of sustainability, focusing on the social, environment and business impacts. The Summit will feature a distinguished panel of speakers who will share about the growing awareness of sustainability as the next business megatrend.
Plenaries and workshops during the 2-day conference will explore CSR with regard to value creation, the environment and human capital while providing in-depth perspectives across sectors and the ASEAN region. As an extension of the past three years’ Summits, thought leaders will share their research and findings addressing different business stakeholder groups and impart CSR strategies on how to ride the uncertainty.
The Guest-of-Honour Mr Tan Chuan-Jin, Acting Minister for Manpower and Senior Minister of State for National Development will be delivering the Ketnote Address at the Summit.
Building upon previous CSR Summits, the 4th International Singapore Compact CSR Summit 2012 is expected to draw about 400 delegates, and will feature winners of the CDL-Singapore Compact Young CSR Leaders Competition 2012 and the Singapore Compact CSR Awards 2012.
Some of the topics that will be discussed include:
- Learning effective stakeholder engagement strategies
- How to add value to sustainability
- Determining sustainability strategies help SMEs survive economic uncertainty?
- How to prioritise and measure CSR initiatives and impact?
The Summit has evolved into becoming the region’s leading CSR event and provides unlimited networking opportunities. Featuring a distinguished panel of global speakers this is truly an event not to be missed.
Places are going fast so register online today to reserve your seat! For more information on speakers and programme, do visit www.singaporecsrsummit.com