Industry Collaboration: How to Catalyze Social Innovation in Your Sector

The Conference Board of Canada, July 10, 2013
Recorded Webinar
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The Conference Board of Canada is pleased to present Industry Collaboration:  How to Catalyze Social Innovation in Your Sector a special webinar that features sustainability expert and CSR thought leader, Coro Strandberg.

Has your company, industry or government agency reached the limits of individual business action on CSR? Could you benefit from the power of collective action? If so, this webinar is for you.

Webinar Highlights

Learn how the new trend to industry collaboration can identify and resolve systemic social and environmental challenges in corporate value chains.  Learn about the challenges and benefits of collective industry action and discover if it is right for your company.

Coro will overview this trend, including the drivers and options companies face when engaging their broader economic system.  She will outline the practical steps you can take to start down the path of collective industry action.

Coro Strandberg is a leading national corporate social responsibility consultant.  She advises corporations and organizations on the integration of sustainability into governance, risk management, strategy and operations in ways that create business and societal value.  Coro is a recognized CSR thought leader, with over twenty years of experience in sustainability integration.

Joining Coro in the session:

  • Sonya Fiorini, Senior Director of Corporate Social Responsibility at Loblaw Companies, will share Loblaw’s journey in industry collaboration. She will profile Loblaw’s efforts to engage its competitors and peers in sustainability action on top challenges. 
  • Heather Mak, Sustainability Manager at the Retail Council of Canada, will contribute her perspective on how companies can work with their industry association to advance sustainability through collaboration.

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