Global issues and trends
Creating business models fit for the future that unlock long-term prosperity for business and society. Using BITC's Big Boardroom Agenda.
The Hub alerts businesses and humanitarian organisations to crises as they develop and helps to facilitate long-lasting relationships by strengthening both business to humanitarian, and business to business collaboration.
Our Sustainable Business Models course provides insights into the sustainability challenge and how this will impact your marketplace now and in the future. The session provides insights into the risks and opportunities relating to global megatrends, how business is responding to these forces for change, and enables delegates to consider the impact on their specific business and the value of building a business case for action
Be part of the solution for a sustainable future - help solve the puzzle of how to provide sustainable food at an innovation sprint convening experts, businesses, academics, and NGOs to work on key challenges including: consumer food waste, integrating sustainable agriculture into your supply chain, finding a metric for soil health.
An insight paper which will help you to review your business, humanitarian and environmental case for action in the event of an international disaster.
Kingspan Insulated Panels is a leading global manufacturer of advanced building envelope systems and solutions for the creation of high performing, energy efficient buildings. Based in Holywell, North Wales, it is the biggest division within the Kingspan Group.
Dr Zigs Extraordinary Bubbles is a family-owned micro business that manufacturers sustainable giant bubble toys and mixes and performs at events and has recently diversified into an on-site Bubble Barn (shop) and Café.
Every dollar invested into disaster preparedness saves multiple dollars in relief. It therefore makes huge sense to plan and prepare for disasters. These grab sheets summarise each of the modules from within Addressing International Disaster Relief and Resilience: Guidance for Business
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