30 May 2013
Business professionals and directors keen to develop their community engagement policies can attend a free event outlining the role corporate social responsibility (CSR) plays for leading UK companies and public organisations.
Representatives from Royal Bank of Scotland, National Express and Aston Business School will be raising awareness of CSR and its potential impact at the Who Care’s Wins event, being held at RBS in Birmingham, Wednesday, June 19 at 5.30pm. Please click here to register.
Participants will have the opportunity to listen to practical examples on how RBS, National Express and others create, develop and implement their Corporate Social Responsibility policies and how they make a difference to their employees, customers, community and environment. This will include a talk on the impact of the new library for Birmingham – and how new media technologies, digitisation of information and learning archives are changing the nature of the public library and museums services across the globe.
Confirmed speakers are:
Dr Michael JR Butler - Director, Centre for Innovation, Change & Renewal (CICR) and Reader in transformational change at Aston Business School,
Dr.John Blewitt - Member of CICR and Senior Lecturer, Aston Business School,
Andrew Mitchell - Regional Director West Midlands, Royal Bank of Scotland,
Jack Kelly - Head of External Communications - UK Bus.
This is a joint event between CIMA (Chartered Institute of Management Accountants), Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) and the Centre for Innovation, Change and Renewal (CICR) at Aston Business School.
Who Care’s Wins is being held at Royal Bank of Scotland, 2 St Philip’s Place, Birmingham, B3 2RB on Wednesday, June 19at 5.30pm. Free event with a buffet served, registration in advance (Please click here to register)
For further media information please contact Alex Earnshaw, Aston University Communications on 0121 204 4549 or email@example.com.
For further information about the Event and to register please visit Who Care’s Wins website.
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