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Creating Shared Value: How do We Align Commercial & Social Interests?


31 October 2012 at 11:39 am
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In less than 2 weeks, Mark Kramer - Senior Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, Managing Director of FSG and co-author of the Creation of Shared Value concept – will speak exclusively at the Creation of Shared Value Forum in Melbourne on November 14.

Staff Reporter | 31 October 2012 at 11:39 am


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Creating Shared Value: How do We Align Commercial & Social Interests?
31 October 2012 at 11:39 am

In less than 2 weeks, Mark Kramer – Senior Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, Managing Director of FSG and co-author of the Creation of Shared Value concept – will speak exclusively at the Creation of Shared Value Forum in Melbourne on November 14.

Book Now: Limited seats available

Creation of Shared Value (CSV) represents the next wave of social responsibility and community investment and many believe will transform the face of business.

The Creation of Shared Value Forum hosted by 3 Pillars Network in partnership with Net Balance and National Australia Bank invites business, government and community thought leaders to join Mark and other Australian and International experts to discuss authentic strategies for implementing and managing CSV.

The line-up of of speakers includes:

Tim Costello, CEO, World Vision
Dr Hans Wijayasuriya, CEO, Dialog Axiata PLC (Sri Lanka's leading telecommunications provider)
Paul Gilding, Author, The Great Disruption
Sara Watts, CFO, IBM Australia & New Zealand
Andrew Hagger, Group Executive, People, Marketing and Communications, National Australia Bank
Mark Fookes, CFO, GPT Group
Martin Brown, General Manager, Nestle Australia & New Zealand
Tim O'Leary, CSO, Telstra
Megan Lupton, Head of Community and Sustainability, IAG
Paul Ronalds, First Assistant Secretary, Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet

Last Chance to Register! The conference is almost sold out. Book now to secure the last remaining spots.
 



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