Business in the Community has announced an impressive line-up of speakers for its 2016 Responsible Business Summit, sponsored by Ulster Bank, which will take place at the newly extended Waterfront Hall on October 5.
The event, which is designed for a business audience, will explore the challenges and opportunities that businesses will face in ‘Tomorrow’s World’ and look at how local firms can plan responsible and sustainable approaches to meet those challenges.
Hosted by Financial Journalist and Broadcaster, Declan Curry, the event will feature an exciting range of speakers and thinkers including: Adam Elman, global head of Plan A delivery, Marks & Spencer; Aidan Kearney, Chimp Management; Jorge Lopes, country director, Diageo NI, Julia Unwin, CEO, Joseph Rowntree Foundation and Maeve Monaghan, CEO, NOW Group
“We’re bringing an exciting line up of speakers with more still to be confirmed in the coming weeks,” said deputy MD of Business in the Community NI, Gillian McKee.
“With so many recent changes in the political sphere including a new NI Executive, Brexit and ongoing local challenges, business has a lot to contemplate.
“We welcome the support of Ulster Bank and all our sponsors in helping to create the ideal platform to discuss and debate the issues we are currently facing, and look at how we can develop responsible business approaches to meet future challenges.”