Game-changing ideas for the public & private sectors
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Business is changing. Companies face mounting pressures to behave more responsibly and sustainably, and many are seeing that social impact will drive future success.
How should businesses operate in this fast-moving landscape? How can government best support the responsible business agenda? What can you do, today?
Securing Britain: Responsible Business, the fourth in our Securing Britain series, invites London’s responsible business leaders to tackle these questions.
Through four digital-only publications, you’ll find game-changing ideas from the pioneers of responsible business on how the private and public sectors can act now to create change.
The third is Securing Britain: Responsible Business – Youth Unemployment, Education & Workforce, which you can download free now (or download by clicking the image above).
It features insights from:
- HRH THE PRINCE OF WALES
- POORVI PATEL – BUSINESS IN THE COMMUNITY
- OLI BARRETT MBE – COSPA
- ESTELLE BRACHLIANOFF – VEOLIA
- ROB DEVEY – TOWRY
- RICHARD HARDIE – UBS
- DAVID PICTON – CARILLION
Want the other three publications in our Securing Britain: Responsible Business publications?
- Innovation – download free
- Sustainability, Standards & Supply Chain – download free
- Social enterprise & social investment – download free
Securing Britain: Responsible Business is brought to you in partnership with Business in the Community, the responsible business charity.
It is supported by inmidtown, the central London business improvement district doing a great amount to nurture responsible business practices.
Securing Britain: Responsible Business is being sent to more than 100,000 senior influencers in the political and business communities.
Our aim is to galvanise the conversations that inspire action.
Unlike the previous editions of Securing Britain, we have decided not to print Securing Britain: Responsible Business and are publishing it digital-only.
In doing so, we’ve saved around 60 trees. Hurrah!