The Responsible Business Gala Dinner 2014


The huge positive impact businesses are making to society and the environment were given a glittering showcase at the Responsible Business Gala Dinner on 8 July 2014, held in the Royal Albert Hall in the presence of HRH The Prince of Wales and his sons TRH The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry.

Over 1,400 senior business people attended the event, which was supported by Jaguar Land Rover, BITC's Responsible Business of the Year 2013, and hosted by comedian David Walliams and Sky Sports presenter Natalie Pinkham. 

Entertainment included performances from the Military Wives Choir and George the Poet, and guests also enjoyed seeing Natalie Pinkham interview David Henson, the captain of the Great Britain squad at the US Warrior games for injured and disabled servicemen about the upcoming Invictus Games. Read more

HRH The Prince of Wales spoke of the importance of making sure that fortune favours the brave in all walks of life.
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George the Poet performed a poem about the importance of valuing talent wherever it is found.


Mark Price, Managing Director, Waitrose and Chairman of Business in the Community

Dr Ralf Speth, CEO Jaguar Land Rover on the legacy his company leaves as last year's Responsible Business of the Year.
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David Henson interviewed by Natalie Pinkham

Jaguar Land Rover, the current holder of the Responsible Business of the Year Award is proud to support this year's Gala Dinner


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