Tickets: €15 Young Members / €25 Members / 35€ Non members*
Location: To be announced 48H before to registered participants
When: Wednesday 7th December from 18:30 to 20:30
Drinks & snacks included
* Anyone can come once before joining
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: CAN BUSINESS REALLY HELP?
After spectacularly missing most of the Millennium Development Goals, in 2015 the world’s governments brazenly agreed a new set of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) which represent a new list of global priorities for the 21st century. This time around business has been included as part of the solution. But can business really deliver and can governments, business and NGOs find new ways of working together?
Founder of Good Business, Giles Gibbons, thinks that the answer to both questions is yes. Never one to turn down an opportunity to create transformational change, he thinks he may have already seen the first green shoots of progress.
Do you think businesses can collaborate in innovative ways to help tackle global issues, and where do you think new partnerships could emerge? Join our conversation on Wednesday 7th December at 6.30pm to find out more.
Giles Gibbons is one of Europe’s leading thinkers on the evolving role of sustainability in creating a stronger society for us all. For the past two decades, he has inspired and advised some of the world’s biggest companies to understand, innovate and act on the opportunity to spark social change. As Founder & CEO of Good Business, he has a unique view of what good business means in today’s world: if you want to help your business, then help change the world; if you want to change the world, then do it through business.