How cross sector partnerships for the Global Goals can drive competitive advantage

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London EC1A

Business in the Community, UN Global Compact and Hogan Lovells have joined forces to showcase leading businesses that are leveraging the Global Goals to benefit both business and society.

 
As businesses explore how to develop meaningful and mutually beneficially partnerships, this event is an opportunity to learn from a number of examples with a focus on how the partnerships started, what has worked and what has not. This event will offer a chance to network and spark ideas for new partnerships.

Collaboration can offer businesses a win-win in terms of capitalising on opportunities for growth and delivering on the UN Sustainable Development Goals (Global Goals).

The Global Goals provide a unique opportunity for the private sector as a source of innovation and growth initiatives. To accelerate the pace, Business in the Community, UN Global Compact and Hogan Lovells have joined forces to showcase leading businesses that are leveraging the Global Goals to benefit both business and society.

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You will hear from leading multi-national organisations in a variety of sectors who have benefited from this approach. By sharing best practice and providing a space for businesses to convene, the event aims to inspire and support strategic planning and encourage meaningful collaborations to build a better and more sustainable future.
 
Refreshments
This event will be followed by a drinks reception.
 
Guest speakers
  • Debra Hay, Corporate Responsibility Manager, Hogan Lovells
  • Sue Stevenson, Director, Strategic Partnerships and International Development, Barefoot College
  • Clare Griffin, VP of Trust and Global Health, GlaxoSmithKline PLC
  • Jennifer Herkt, HR Director for UK, IRE and Nordics, UPS 
  • Dominic Vergine, Director of Sustainable Development, ARM Holdings
 
Audience
Please note, this is an invitation-only event. If you require more information, or you think you should have received an invitation and have not, please contact Pamela Cooney, Events Manager.

Full joining instructions will be sent before the event.

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