How to Embrace Corporate Social Responsibility
Event Date: 04/11/2020
The acronym CSR can strike fear and/or disinterest into the hearts of many in business, but it doesn’t have to be that way. CSR is becoming increasingly important as a way for businesses to demonstrate they are engaging with wider social issues. Embracing CSR has several benefits for businesses. These include being able to attract talented employees and raising staff engagement. It also helps with team building because people enjoy getting involved with their local communities as it gives them pride and satisfaction. It can also boost a businesses profile with positive PR and opportunities to create content for marketing on channels such as social media. CSR can also attract clients as it allows them to see if a company is aligned with their personal values.
Our presenters are Stefan Fura from the Superbia Group and Emma Hallam from local charity Alex’s Wish. They will use a range of real-life examples taken from different sized businesses/organisations whom they’ve has personally worked with. This includes sharing exactly what those businesses/organisations got out of their CSR activities and will cover their top tips on how to be purposeful in business benefiting those you support including your staff, clients, suppliers and charities closest to your heart.
The event is aimed at businesses of all sizes who are looking to develop and improve their Corporate Social Responsibility.
Attendees will gain an understanding of the benefits of Corporate Social Responsibly as well as knowledge of how to develop solid plan for it. They will also learn the experienced speakers’ top tips and hear about a variety of case studies.
2pm – 2.05pm Welcome and Housekeeping
2.05pm – 2.25pm Emma Hallam, Alex’s Wish
2.25- 2.45pm Stefan Fura, Superbia
2.45pm Close with time for questions
Stefan Fura – Founder of Furnley House and the Superbia Group, also a Trustee of the Furnley House Foundation
Emma Hallam – Founder of Alex’s Wish
NB. This event can be attended online or in person