A new project called Companies & Communities project is organising a conference focussed on helping West London companies engage with local charities.
The West London Benefiting Together Business Conference will happen on November 30, at Brunel University. It is a free event with a limited number of places available.
The organisers say it will host influential local business leaders, corporate social responsibility professionals and key figures from the Third sector to showcase examples of best practice, current social responsibility trends in West London and will give attendees free practical sessions and advice on activities which suit, and benefit, their core business.
The one day conference aims to equip attendees with the knowledge and skills to develop a social responsiblity strategy that can benefit their brand, employees and business as well as their local community.
For more information visit the event website.
Speakers include Will Tyler, CEO of Octink; Andrew Ward of Brunel University; Philippa Stone, Head of Sustainability, ISG; Claudia Webb, Chief Executive – Downside Fisher Youth Club; Davina Pilkington, Senior Consultant at Business Unusual; and Claire Thomas, Chief Executive, Hillingdon Carers.
Companies & Communities is part of The West London Collaborating for Change (C4C) programme which is funded by the Big Fund Transforming Local Infrastructure programme on behalf of the Cabinet Office.