Challenge, Champion, Change
We're back. Save the date. 28 June at the Centaur Cheltenham
What it's all about
Our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) event showcases fantastic social and environmental good that businesses are doing up and down the UK. Here is your chance to develop a business model that drives positive change, create a culture that embraces emerging talent and discover a network of like-minded entrepreneurs. Together, let’s learn how to ‘challenge, champion and change’ to create a better future for both business and the wider community.
What to expect
This fast-paced event will help you create a ‘Doing Good Business Plan of Action’ for your own organisation. It's the perfect environment to share your experiences, meet new people and of course, catch-up with old friends.
Take away valuable information and inspiration from our keynote speakers. You're guaranteed to develop greater understanding of your business’ brand, purpose, culture and mission. An hopefully ways to do even more good business.
View the latest innovations, products and processes in the market. Learn how industry insiders can help your organisation achieve long term goals and maximise investments.
Join a group session tackling questions surrounding the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. Or, have your say, by suggesting your own questions or discussion points.
Co-founder and MD of Commercial
Simone continues to blaze a trail in many areas of commerce. She is grounded, steadfastly however, in the belief that the company’s success is intrinsically linked to the achievements it has made as a result of implementing its CSR programme some eleven years ago and, latterly, it’s endevours regarding ethical procurement.
A figurehead for business, creativity and social change
Wayne Andrew Hemingway, MBE is a fashion designer and co-founder of Red or Dead. He is also on the Design Council Trustee Board and having been with the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment (CABE) for a decade since its inception (as Chair of Building For Life) is now on the Design Council CABE Committee.
Environmental entrepreneur and author
Writer, communications specialist, serial entrepreneur and futurist, Ed’s core talent is to take the complex, interconnected, interdependent nature of the many challenges we face, from climate change to disruptive innovation, and make common sense of them for non-specialist audiences.