“Investing in socially responsible initiatives for improved sustainable developments”
The Asia Pacific Corporate Social Responsibility 2008 Conference is the capital event for any organization involved in corporate social responsible. The Conference, which will be held on the 9th – 11th of July 2008 in Singapore, will be a perfect platform for all CSR involved professionals to meet, discuss and learn from other world leading companies who has blazed the trail for CSR practices.
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is becoming a bigger priority to organizations in Asia Pacific. While CSR is not a new concept or practice, it’s initiatives in the region is still comparatively young. However, it’s now recognized as one of the best ways to enhance a company’s position and value and many companies are now increasing their CSR initiatives.
Today’s CSR priorities are determined through ethical reasoning rather than governmental or legal requirements. CSR can also be used as a strong risk management tool against shareholder and consumer dissatisfaction. It’s now clearly entwined in many multinational organizations’ strategic planning process. In fact, 54% of today’s business school requires a course in CSR which is a significant jump against 2001’s 34%.
Salvo’s Asia Pacific Corporate Social Responsibility is specifically designed to meet CSR professional demands to better their initiatives, strengthen their commitments and balance their investments. This event will address project selection, resource allocations, and impact measurements. We have gathered the best CSR practitioners and experts to help you adopt world class CSR initiatives.
Our key speakers will come from the following world class organizations:
University of Technology Sydney, Australia
Boeing International, UAE
Malaysian Airlines, Malaysia
New Britain Plantation Services, Singapore
PepsiCo International, Thailand
ST Microelectronics, Singapore
University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Information on Asia Pacific Corporate Social Responsibility Conference program can be found at www.apac-csr.com. Do check out this site regularly for the latest updates.