4th International Singapore Compact CSR Summit 2012 themed

The 4th International Singapore Compact CSR Summit 2012 is back and themed around "Corporate Social Responsibility: Trends, Threats and Opportunities", taking place on 27th and 28th September 2012.

The International CSR Summit is back and its 4th International Singapore Compact CSR Summit 2012 taking place on September 27th to 28th, 2012. And this time the Conference themed with "Corporate Social Responsibility: Trends, Threats and Opportunities". This event is venued at "Raffles City Convention Centre". As usual the event will highlight the value of CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) and newly focusing on the social, environment and business impacts of sustainability. Where you may find different approaches toward improving your way of life. As the current trends indicate that the rise of the sustainable lifestyle could be a collective effort to adapt to a world in crisis, the Summit will feature a illustrious panel of speakers who will converse on the growing awareness of sustainability as the next business megatrend.


Guest-of-Honour for the event will be Minister of State for Manpower and National Development, Mr Tan Chuan-Jin.

It is expected to draw about 400 delegates as the winners of the "CDL-Singapore Compact Young CSR Leaders Competition 2012" and "the Singapore Compact CSR Awards 2012" in this 4th International Singapore Compact CSR Summit 2012, building upon previous CSR Summits. The date and the venue of the event is briefly described below -

Date :- Thursday, September 27, 2012 (All day)
Friday, September 28, 2012 (All day)

Venue :- "Raffles City Convention Centre"
2 Stamford Rd, Singapore 178882
Phone: +65 6431 5560

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