Corporate Social Responsibility in the Food Industry Measuring, Managing and Reporting Responsible Business Practice
21-22 September 2004, Radisson SAS, London
Demonstrating a commitment to corporate social responsibility (CSR) is no longer just an option for the food industry, it is now an essential element of corporate survival and success in the new millennium, and probably more important for the food industry than any other industry sector.
Consumer concerns about food safety and labelling, the growing demand for organic and "fairtrade" products, the debate over obesity, and the continuing controversy over GM foods, are some of the more important social and environmental issues impacting on the food industry at this time.
The key to success in CSR involves understanding and managing the relationship between a business and its many stakeholders, and this special conference on CSR in the Food Industry aims to assist you in identifying, understanding and managing these and other stakeholder concerns affecting your business. Our panel of expert speakers will examine the topical issues of food safety, genetic modification, labelling, packaging, customer relationship management, employee rights, fair trade and obesity.
The emphasis will be on an interactive approach with the topics presented in a non-technical way, with plenty of opportunities for questions and discussion. Why not join us in London for this unrivalled opportunity to hear on how to Measure, Manage and Report Responsible Business Practice and network with senior executives involved in the food industry.
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