Join this complimentary one-hour debate on Wednesday 29th January at 12:00 GMT
2020 is led by an imperative necessity of take actions now in order to reach the global goals. Companies and governments have been working alongside to deliver, but transformational change can’t happen alone. It requires customers to change behaviour and take responsibility for their actions on consumption – from fashion to food choices.
However, how can costumers’ behaviour change, if they don’t understand the meaning behind it? How can employees be part of the transformation when the message is unclear?
The issues businesses face, and in turn need to communicate, are vast and complex. There’s increasing pressure for business to communicate its actions, vision and impactin a way simplified manner that engages key audiences whilstdemonstrating integrity and leadership
Ethical Corporation will host a one-hour webinar with four senior leaders sharing their practical ideas on how to approach this complex issue.
the complimentary webinar will take place on Wednesday 29th January at 12:00GMT / 13:00 CET for our free online webinar with:
- Dr. Kai Rolker, Head of Group Communications, Clariant
- Camilla Guiguer, Global Sustainability Engagement Manager, Pernod-Ricard
- Judith Rahner, Senior Manager Corporate Responsibility Communications, Merck
- Tuuli Kousa, Chief Communications and Corporate Affairs Officer, OP Financial Group
Moderated by Liam Dowd, Ethical Corporation – Managing Director, Reuters Events
Key areas of discussion will include:
- How to communicate simplified, yet compelling sustainability messages
- How to engage your customers on sustainability
- The latest strategies in engaging employees onsustainability and how to makethem part of the movement
- How companies are demonstrating leadership whilst retaining consistency with their partners
Be inspired by the success stories and innovative campaigns where consumer behaviour change has led to real impact alongside the latest strategies in engaging employees in sustainability and making them part of the movement