Closing comment – corporate & community organisations just do it (shared value)


You know a conference is going to be good when the chief organiser is this excited about the subject matter … cue, video … and you know it won’t be just another boring ‘talk fest’ but rather an action focused day of learning!

With only a few days left until the 2015 Shared Value Forum, Helen Steel, Executive Director of the Shared Value Project explains why the full day program is a great learning and development event, and well worth attending.

But don’t take her word for it, register now for Tuesday 14 April and join us at the NAB auditorium in Melbourne with a group of high calibre of speakers from companies using and doing ‘shared value’ in their businesses, rather than just talking about the concept.

Shared Value has been on the radar of the business world since Mark Kramer contributed to an article in the Harvard Business Review in 2011. And what’s even more exciting, Mark Kramer himself will be in attendance!

If that hasn’t wet your appetite for shared value, then get ready for a national conversation hosted by ABC News Breakfast co-host Virginia Trioli along with showcase presentations, a variety of workshops and networking.

What will you take away from the full day program of inspirational talks, case studies and workshops?

A greater understanding of the shared value concept from those already practicing it.

The event, which is sponsored by NAB is being attended by companies such as IAG, LBG, Qantas, Bendigo Bank and Social Ventures Australia.

If you can’t make it in person, follow the latest shared value discussions using the Twitter handle #SVF15.

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