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‘Doing good is good business’ workshop 11 December

‘Doing good is good business’ workshop 11 December

I am pleased to announce our ‘Doing good is good business’ workshop being held on 11 December at from 9.15am until 11.30am.

The event is free to attend with limited places, so please book early.

It is now more important than ever to show that we are doing everything we can to improve the world we live in for future generations, not only by reducing the negative impact we have on the environment, but by building a better and cohesive society. CSR-A provides the perfect opportunity to tell your positive story.

We will show you how to audit, benchmark and report on your corporate and social responsibility.

Book your place now and make a positive difference in 2020:https://bbf.uk.com/event/doing-good-is-good-business

Sustainable and Social Purpose with Profit – the future for successful businesses and organisations

There is now increasing recognition of the fact that CSR can be used as source of competitive advantage through good corporate governance, effective execution of innovative social projects and ethical management. In order to maximise this potential, it is essential for firms to smartly communicate their CSR efforts to ensure that consumers view them as driven by intrinsic (genuine) rather than extrinsic (profit led) motivations. CSR Accreditation encourages a culture of sustainable and social purpose with profit.

A value driven organisation will deliver a sustainable profit
CSR has many advantages that can apply to any business, regardless of its size or sector. Positive CSR improves a company’s public image and relationship with consumers.
It is all about reputation – a good reputation improves:
• Consumer loyalty
• End user loyalty
• Staff loyalty
Customers want to trust organisations they engage with. Employees want to work for values-driven employers and investors want to know that a company is addressing its ethical responsibility.

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