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Insight: Advancing shared value through partnerships

What makes a successful shared value partnership? What is the role of the corporate, government and the not-for-profit sector in addressing social issues? These are the questions that will be explored at our upcoming Insight networking event, ‘Advancing shared value through partnerships’.

  • March 27, 2019
  • Cardno | Level 4, 501 Swanston St
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Exploring cross-sector partnerships as key to shared value success

Join us for networking drinks and canapés as we hear from a panel of leaders from the corporate, government and not-for-profit sector on the opportunities and challenges of shared value partnerships including case studies of these partnerships in action.

This Insight event is proudly presented by Shared Value Project (SVP) together with Cardno, a leading social and physical infrastructure development firm.

What: An informative and interactive networking event, panel and Q&A facilitated by Shared Value Project CEO, Helen Steel
When: 5.30 – 7.30pm, Wednesday 27 March 2019
Where: Cardno, Level 4, 501 Swanston Street, Melbourne. Enter via Victoria St
Dress: Business attire
RSVP: Places are limited. Registrations close Friday 22 March

Beverages and canapés will be served. 

Panellists include:

  • Colin Adams, Vice President, Asia Pacific, Cardno International Development
  • Peter McNamara, CEO, Good Shepherd Microfinance
  • Anthea Smits, CEO, The Difference Incubator
  • Sally Truong, Director of the Private Sector Development Section, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Insight is a networking events series that brings together like-minded professionals with a common interest in striving for business at its best through creating shared value.

Hosted by Shared Value Project members, these events are an opportunity to hear from Australian business leaders about their company’s shared value journey, and how they are changing the role of business in society in Australia.

Registrations close Friday 22 March