Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust’s Business Sustainability Seminar in St Helier on 12 October 2011

August 15th, 2011 by Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust

Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust requests the pleasure of your company at the 2011 Business Sustainability Seminar taking place at the Pomme D’Or Hotel, St Helier on 12 October 2011 from 8 am to 10.15 am.

(Please click on the image to download the invitation as a PDF file)

Please RSVP to Anne-Marie Neale of the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust by email: anne-marie.neale @ durrell.org or telephone 01534 860093

Continuing financial instability and indisputable evidence of a rapidly changing climate is causing leading global businesses to re-examine Corporate Social Responsibility policies. Current CSR efforts are being developed into holistic Corporate Responsibility programmes to ensure businesses build resilience in a changing ecological, social, economic environment.

Through our own work and as a leading charity partner for many local companies Durrell sees first hand the benefits of an effective CR policy in running a successful business.

To further this cause Durrell is proud to present Abigail Cottrell, a representative from Business in the Community, at our 2011 Sustainability Seminar.

BITC is an innovative business led charity that advises, supports and challenges its 850 members to create a sustainable future for people and the planet and to improve business performance.

Welcome and introduction

Paul Masterton, Chief Executive Officer, Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust.

Keynote speaker

Abigail Cottrell, Business in the Community.

Abigail will address current trends and emerging issues, explain the divergence of CR from CSR, advise on the practicalities of implementing a CR policy and explain the economic and social benefits of being a responsible business citing examples relevant to Jersey companies.

Conclusion / Chairing of Q&A / Thanks

Francis Binney, Environment Officer, RBC Wealth Management.


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