According to Foundation for Sustainable Development about 70% of India’s Population still lives on less than $2 a day. Water tables throughout the country have collapsed and HIV has infected more people than elsewhere. In the light of many such issues, businesses have stepped up to carry the torch for sustainable development of the nation. Our Keynote Speaker will touch upon how business houses & social communities can come together & build a more sustainable nation that can be for future generations as well in order to enjoy healthy and sustainable living conditions.
While the nation is taking strides towards a more sustainable future, none of it can be successful or even possible without government support & the initiatives laid down by governmental regulatory agencies. Listen to how a front-line government agency is spearheading sustainable initiatives in India.
Do you have a passion for social work? Are you looking for a great idea to make your community thrive? Do you want to change the world but don’t know where to start? Then this is the perfect session for you. Hear from Roxanna Balderrama, who has been associated with Cancer Support organization for the past 6 years. Her passion for social work and motivation to serve for the cause is a huge inspiration for all who need that impetus to follow their heart.
Sustainability has become the harbinger of future business. There is no organization that isn’t talking sustainability. Ideas that are propounded in board rooms for implementation all the way from procurement to production to point-of-sale need are made inclusive in the long run. Management & employees at every division and work place need to be in sync with the organisation’s mission of sustainable growth. Challenges abound in ensuring equanimity in acceptance of the ideas emerging from board rooms. Top management therefore has a huge task cut out to ensure the concept of sustainability before being accepted by their consumers and needs to be included in the basic ethos of the shop floor. A panel discussion with leaders from some of world’s most reputed companies on the challenges they face and solutions they propose in garnering employee support for implementing sustainability throughout their organization is what will be food for thought for participants & audience alike.
The Third sector is working closely with communities across the length and breadth of our nation, to create an impact on society, environment and our lifestyles, hoping that it snowballs into something that would be beneficial for the society now and in the future. This panel discussion is with some of India’s inspiring social entrepreneurs who will discuss organisations and their initiatives in creating a social change. Here is where they will share their practical insights on innovation, leadership and new business models for social entrepreneurship.