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CSR Summit

Monday, 6th November 2006 at 2:02 pm
Staff Reporter
Only two weeks to go for Australia's 2nd CSR Summit. If CSR is important to your organisation - book today as space is limited!

Monday, 6th November 2006
at 2:02 pm
Staff Reporter



CSR Summit
Monday, 6th November 2006 at 2:02 pm

"The significant problems we face cannot be solved with the same level of thinking we were at when we created them."


Corporate Social Responsibility is a highly successful business model that if embedded into strategy can deliver new levels of thinking and innovation, achieve significant savings, engage employees and the community and achieve unprecedented levels of productivity. It can also provide supply chain advantages, access to capital, cost savings and avoidance of costly litigation.

The 2006 CSR Summit has been designed as an interactive learning program to assist both the senior management team who provide strategy to business, and those commissioned with the role of fulfilment to better understand what CSR is and how you can apply it to your organisation so you too can profit. It’s also been designed to provide all delegates a new level of thinking that will help deliver breakthrough solutions to age old problems.

If you’d like to gain new skills to help transform your organisation, deliver breakthrough solutions, hear how your fellow Australians are profiting from CSR, build closer relationships between leading and emerging thinkers in the CSR space and help mould the future of CSR in Australia then register today. Refer www.csrsummit.com for the full program and registration or call 0419 798 104 for more details.

The CSR Summit is an initiative of Models of Success and Sustainability (MOSS) refer www.moss.org.auwww.moss.org.au Australia’s new industry body and network for Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Sustainability – an initiative seeded at Australia’s Inaugural CSR Summit.

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