London – 03/06/2016
Ethical Corporation’s 15th Annual Responsible Business Summit begins next week (7-8 June) and more than 350 professionals from the world’s leading brands and organisations will meet to discuss the deliverance of positive impact and becoming a force for good.
Amongst the attendees will be a number of C-Suite executives, including Company Group Chairman of Janssen EMEA, Jane Griffiths. Of the summit, Jane said:
“Through our new Johnson & Johnson Citizenship & Sustainability 2020 goals, we aspire to improve health in everything we do and everywhere we go. We are choosing to drive change and be disruptive – both so that Janssen remains sustainable, but also recognising the broader responsibility of the company to champion environmental stewardship and sustainable business practices.”
Jane will be joined by VP of Finance, Salesforce and CEO, Fairphone in presenting a keynote session in the early part of day one on the subject of scaling up innovation to create new disruptive business models that are both profitable and sustainable.
Speaking on the number of executives set to attend, as well as the level of seniority at the event, Managing Director of Ethical Corporation said; “this year the Responsible Business Summit celebrates its 15th anniversary and the event has the most senior and diverse speaker line-up to date. Reflecting the importance and evolution of sustainability, this year’s event has more CEOs and heads of business speaking, as well as speakers from different departments such as; procurement, risk, branding, governance and marketing.”
“We are excited to create a place where such a large number of executives from different areas of business will meet and share ideas on how businesses can become more responsible and deliver a positive impact.”
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