Responsible Business Week

Responsible Business Week is the annual awareness week for responsible business, run by Business in the Community to inspire and challenge more businesses to take action which creates positive change in society.

The week shines a spotlight on the practical action being taken by businesses of all sizes to make business and society better.

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By bringing thousands of people together to explore solutions to our most pressing issues and giving business a public platform to tell stories, Responsible Business Week inspires and equips business to build a fairer society and more sustainable future.

In 2017, Responsible Business Week will focus on the impact and opportunities of the digital era on responsible business.

Why not read our report, A Brave New World: Why business must ensure an inclusive digital revolution, covering many of the themes we'll be focusing on in the Week.

If you're interested in being involved in Responsible Business Week 2017, let us know by filling in the form below.


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Ideas for good get better when shared - Responsible Business Week 18-22 April

Responsible Business Week 2016: we called on you - and you responded

In 2016 our theme was "ideas for good get better when shared" and organisations of all sorts - businesses, NGOs, universities, charities, community groups and more - ran events and activity to share great ideas and inspire action.

Take a look at some of the highlights of Responsible Business Week 2016

Responsible Business Week - 24-28 April 2017
RBWeek 2016 Highlights

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