MOSS Postpones CSR Summit
6 November 2008 at 3:07 pm
Due to the current economic climate and uncertainty in the market, the industry body for CSR and Corporate Sustainability, MOSS has been forced to postpone the 2008 CSR Summit.
MOSS CEO Anne-Maree Huxley says there is no doubt that MOSS must show business how it can benefit from CSR through these tough economic times however, this can only be done if business will afford the time to listen and right now the focus for many is on survival rather than enhancement.
Huxley says so rather than have a forum without all the key stakeholders from across Australia, it was felt that there was no option but to postpone.
MOSS supports Australian business through education, training, networking and advise to drive sustainability and competitive business success.
Huxley says although there won’t be a Summit, MOSS will continue to focus on industry needs, the new website and resource centre, the further development and roll out of a new national sustainability training tool as well as seeking the support from Government to further CSR education in this country.
The conference website has been taken down the website to stop further registrations for this event.
To find out more about MOSS (Models of Success and Sustainability) go to: www.moss.org.au