Events

 
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‘High pace, strong user-experience, inspiring & fun’

An interesting mix of senior managers of international companies such as DSM, KBC and Ziggo shared their insights and ideas about sustainable business models at GLOBE-US Innovation Lab in Brussels. The central theme of this first edition: sustainable innovation as a driver for value creation.
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Jan van der Kaaij spoke about reputation and CSR performance

Finch & Beak at Reputation Institute's 2013 Global Conference

The Reputation Institute’s 17th International Conference on Corporate Reputation, Brand Identity and Competitiveness took place on June 5-7 in Barcelona. This year focused on how companies can better navigate multi-stakeholder relationships & perceptions towards greater success, and the bottom line impact of reputation capital and resiliency.
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Come meet us at the 5th GRI Global Conference in Amsterdam

The GRI Global Conference is the platform where sustainability leaders from around the world gather in order to exchange expert knowledge on sustainability best practices, innovations and trends that accredit sustainable decision-making in a shifting world. The 5th GRI Global Conference will take place from 18 to 20 May 2016 at RAI Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
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Customer Case: Inspiring Youngsters at Sekisui

The Japanese Sekisui Chemical Group is one of the leading global chemical companies developing the frontiers of Creation of Housing & Social Infrastructure and Chemical Solutions.
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Invitation-only event for Sustainability Directors dealing with rankings such as DJSI

Senior Executive Lunch Meeting in Zürich

On Thursday the 11th of September 2014, together with our partner BSD Consulting, Finch & Beak will co-host a Senior Executive Lunch Meeting in Zürich. On this same date, the results of the participating companies in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index will be made public, providing a great platform for interaction and networking on the sense and non-sense of the materiality matrix as a driver for innovation.
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