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Ethical Corporation: Lead the decade of action – join 750 global leaders in May
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Whilst there’s been great progress made, both environmental and social, over the past few years we need to increase our action and impact drastically if we’re to hit the 2030 and 2050 targets. In 2020 will see many companies fall short of their commitments – we can’t see that happen in the next 10 years.
That’s why at Reuters’ Responsible Business Summit Europe (26-28 May 2020, London) we will be challenging all to share how they’re delivering action now, to meet the goals ahead. To share where the challenges lie. And to be open and honest to help find new partners and supporters. All with the mission of ensuring we kick off the next decade with the ambition, ideas and collaborations to help us meet the goals ahead.
#RBSEU is the only global platform that brings together CEOs, heads of business, ESG investors and key public bodies to share the latest trends and address the key issues and opportunities in pragmatic, output driven sessions.
So far the following companies have confirmed attendance; Patagonia, Unilever, Coca-Cola, BlackRock, IPCC, Aviva Investors, Nokia, BT, M&G Investments, Walmart, Dow, Friends of the Earth, IBM, Bacardi, UBS, PepsiCo, Vodafone, HEINEKEN, YES Bank, Kellogg’s, Hermes Investment, Majid Al Futtaim Holdings, Ford, Asahi, Hilton, Innocent, Vestas, WBCSD, Danske Bank plus many more.
Take a look at the companies that have already committed to share their action and ambitions.
It’s time to lead, it’s time to act – we look forward to you joining us in May.
“The Ethical Corporation's Responsible Business Summit provides the perfect platform to collaborate and share best practice on sustainable business issues” – Craig Kreeger, CEO, Virgin Atlantic Airways
“The RBS serves as a true forum for open and honest discussion around purpose-driven business. It was encouraging to see so many leaders collaborate and share both successes and challenges on their own journey to doing good” – Jay Gould, Chief Executive Officer, Interface