Responsible Business

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Details of Business in the Community's accredited training for practitioners looking to deepen their knowledge of Corporate Responsibility and develop essential competencies.
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The Responsible Business Check Up identifies gaps in your company's CR provision, benchmarks it against similar companies, allows tracking of progress, and provides direction and guidance on developing a strategic approach to integrating CR throughout your operations.
The most prestigious and respected awards championing responsible business in the UK and abroad, our Awards are designed for business, by business. The Awards identify and celebrate businesses that are transforming their communities and in turn themselves.
Business has an opportunity to ensure that the digital revolution serves all of society. Following on from the Brave New World? report, we are pleased to launch the much anticipated set of priorities
Join BITC and senior international leaders on the first day of the Responsible Business Week at an exclusive conference on Sustainable Business Models, and the role of Responsible Business in a digital era.  
Responsible business is not about how a company spends its money, on philanthropy or good causes. It’s about how it treats the planet, employees, suppliers and the communities that give them their license to operate fairly and inclusively for all.
 
Business in the Community (BITC) Cymru has the power to convene business at scale and around issues that are facing today’s Wales. Our Community Conversation will bring together these responsible companies in Wales with community organisations, stakeholder groups and peers to discuss the issues facing communities – and crucially identify and implement actions that both sides working together can take to make a positive difference.
Whilst events can affect your business in the short term, it is the big issues facing our society, communities,people and environment which ultimately shape your business over the long term.
Disaster response specialist and founding member of The Prince’s Business Emergency Resilience Group (BERG), Adler & Allan, play a fundamental role in BERG’s leadership and delivery, helping to support the programme’s objectives to help businesses prepare for and recover from a wide range of emergencies.
This course is based around five principles of best practice community investment. This framework provides companies with a clear system to evaluate current activity and plan future developments, both on a strategic and delivery level.