The highly anticipated International Singapore Compact CSR Summit is here again!
is back. The theme for this year's Summit is "CSR: Making
The Difference" with the sub-theme "Innovation - Best Practices - Ideas". This year's Summit will highlight the
value of CSR in driving inclusiveness, growth and innovation especially in times of economic uncertainty. It will
look at both the social compact and business impact sides of sustainability. The Summit will feature a
distinguished panel of speakers who will share about the growing awareness of sustainability as the next
business megatrend that will enable companies to stay ahead of the curve.
Plenaries and workshops during the 2-day conference will explore CSR with regards to value creation, the
environment and human capital while providing in-depth perspectives across sectors and the ASEAN region.
As an extension of the past four years' Summits, thought leaders will share their research and findings,
addressing different business stakeholder groups and impart CSR strategies on how to ride the uncertainty.
The 4th Summit was a great success with Mr Tan Chuan Jin, Acting Minister for Manpower and Senior of State
for National Development, delivering the keynote address. Mr Tan delivered an insightful speech and called
upon business leaders to look beyond their bottom lines. He emphasised there was a genuine need for
businesses to implement CSR and called upon these leaders to take on the responsibility of driving CSR within
Building upon previous CSR Summits, the 5th International Singapore Compact CSR Summit is expected to
draw about 400 delegates, and will feature winners of the CDL-Singapore Compact Young CSR Leaders
Competition 2013, and the Singapore Compact CSR Awards 2013.
Who should attend:
- Key decision makers and motivators from MNCs and SMEs
- C-suite executives interested in long-term business sustainability
- Entrepreneurs and strategies
- CSR and sustainability experts and consultants
- Corporate development and communication managers
- Policymakers, non-profit, academic and think-tank groups
- Trade union and co-operative leaders
- Legal and compliance professionals