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Future proofing your business and the Big Boardroom Agenda

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Jaguar Land Rover Office
30 Millbank
SW1P 4WY

As part of Responsible Business Week 2015, Business in the Community in partnership with Jaguar Land Rover, is running this event on creating sustainable business models.

We know that to be successful, today’s businesses need to respond to a rapidly changing and more connected world.  Factors such as diminishing natural resources, extreme weather, population growth, and a growing middle class are shaping future business prosperity. 

The ability of business to adapt, mitigate and anticipate broader and longer term global trends is critical to future success.  Equally, the ability to harness opportunities available in an increasingly connected market will enable greater future gains for business.

A growing number of businesses are leading the change and creating more sustainable business models with resulting benefits for society.  A panel will highlight some of the UK’s leading companies’ journey and present opportunities on how to inspire creativity and innovation across organisations.  This will be followed by table discussions enabling delegates to explore the challenges and benefits associated with creating a step change in business.

Who should attend this event?

This event will be most relevant for business leaders responsible for developing core business strategy, or who are instrumental in product or service innovation.

We hope this event will inspire us all to go further in our actions to transform our businesses. We will share with you The Big Boardroom Agenda, a stimulus for this conversation, comprising five questions which have helped us think differently about a world in 2050.

Attendance is free; however space is limited so please register as soon as possible, and no later than April 10.

For more information, please contact Emma Price Thomas on 020 7566 8680 or e-mail Emma.Price-Thomas@bitc.org.uk