CSR and Sustainability

Our plans for 2015: Cotton, human rights, deforestation, circular advantage, sugar and valuing corporate responsibility

Here’s the list of sustainable business events we at Innovation Forum will be hosting up until the end of June 2015.

Our forums are a bit different from the average conference. We focus on dialogue and debate, ban powerpoint and make the key players are in the room and the right questions get asked.

We’ll be publishing management briefings and interviews and analysis on all the below topics in the next six months.

You can sign up for updates on our main homepage here, click on the links below or email Oliver.Bamford@innovation-forum.co.uk to stay in touch or inquire about taking part.

Events schedule:

March 16-17 2015 – London – Sustainable and Ethical Cotton Sourcing – How to get it right and make it pay for your business
With: Ikea, Marks & Spencer, CottonConnect, BCI, Lindex, Shell Foundation, John Lewis, Gina Tricot, Nudie Jeans, Solidaridad, and many others. 

April 14-15 2015 – Washington, D.C. – How Business can Tackle Deforestation – Understand deforestation risk, benchmark your policies and collaborate effectively with NGOs
With: Wilmar, Greenpeace, TFT, WWF, WRI, Disney, Staples, 3M, Weyerhaeuser, Dunkin’ Brands, Rainforest Alliance, Hershey, ADM, New Britain Palm Oil, Sime Darby, IOI Loders Croklaan, Friends of the Earth, Calvert and many others.

June 8-9 2015 – London – The Circular Advantage Strategy Conference
With: Accenture, Dell, Novelis, BT and many others. Contact Oliver.Bamford@innovation-forum.co.uk for more information

June 16-17 2015 – London – Sustainable Sugar Sourcing and Risk Management
In production. Contact Oliver.Bamford@innovation-forum.co.uk for more information on speaking, attending or sponsoring.

June 2015 – LondonMeasurement and Valuation of Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability
Contact Tobias.Webb@innovation-forum.co.uk for more information on speaking, attending or sponsoring.

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