The Shared Value Project, and AIA Australia will host a private dinner in Sydney in company of some of Australia’s leading businesses to honour Mr Mark Kramer, Senior Fellow, Harvard Kennedy School of Government and Co-Author of Creating Shared Value (HBR, 2011).
Following his keynote address at the AICD Company Directors Conference, ‘From Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) to Creating Shared Value (CSV) – bringing business and society back together’, Mr Kramer will provide insight and encourage discussion on the status of shared value development, worldwide.
Guests will hear from the Shared Value Project on important new regional developments and an exciting new joint venture. They will also learn from AIA Australia’s experience on its flagship shared value program, AIA Vitality.
This event will take place on Monday 26th May, as one of the key engagements during Mr Kramer’s visit to Australia, to help initiate collaborations in raising awareness and building a global community of shared value practice. Particularly as shared value is being embraced by more and more businesses in Australia, and as demand rapidly increases for knowledge sharing and practice development.
This is also a terrific opportunity for the Shared Value Project to engage its ongoing and new supporters, not only with Mr Kramer but also to help to launch the Shared Value Project into it’s newly announced status as the Shared Value Project Limited.
For more information contact Briar Lloyd, email@example.com
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