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Corporate Social Responsibility in China (Beijing)

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Event type Conference organised by the French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in China
Date Wednesday, January 14th, 2015
Time 18:00-20:30
Open for All welcome
Cost Members 150 RMB Non-Members 250 RMB
Contacts Please register online via link below
Venue French Chamber of Commerce in China
Organiser External
Address Office C512, Beijing Lufthansa Centre, 50 Liangmaqiao Road, Chaoyang District
 
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Perspectives on “CSR in China”: Challenges, Efforts and Innovation Opportunities
 
The French Chamber of Commerce is delighted to invite you to its next conference, on the topic of corporate social responsibility in China.
 
Over the years, CSR has become a key management issue worldwide and an increasingly debated topic in China. Many corporations have been trying to determine what they can do and should do to contribute to the sustainability of the economic, social and ecological environment in which they operate. 
 
The exercise of CSR has become an internal driving force that helps executives to deliver better insights for tackling corporate and developmental challenges.
 
In the context of the sustainability imperatives promulgated in China’s latest Five-Year Plan, we will debate the perspectives thrown up by CSR in China. 
 
Agenda
 
18:00-18:15 Registration
18:15-18:30 Opening video of the launch of “CSR in China” publication
18:30-19:30 Presentations:
  • Topic 1: Learning from “CSR in China”: a Vision despite Challenges in China
    Speaker: HE Yi
  • Topic 2: The Importance of Gender Equality in the Context of CSR Efforts in China
    Speaker: Julie Broussard
  • Topic 3: The Development of an Innovative and Impactful Responsible economy in China
    Speaker: Olivier Coispeau
19:30-19:50 Q&A Session
19:50-20:30 Cocktails
 
“Corporate Social Responsibility in China: a Vision, an Assessment and a Blueprint” authored by Benoit Vermander, newly published by Shanghai Jiaotong University Press. For more information about the book: English version; Chinese version.
 
About our speakers
 
Mr. HE Yi has been Chairman of ESSILOR (China) Holding Company since August 2010. He joined ESSILOR in 1996 as Chief Representative of ESSILOR China. He has been a Board Member of ESSILOR International since 2010 and Independent non-executive directors of Sun Art Retail Group Limited since 2011. He began his career in 1991 as Managing Director of DANONE China. Mr. HE Yi was born in 1953. He graduated from the French National School of Administration (E.N.A, International cycle, Paris, France) and studied Management and Strategy in HEC International Business School.
 
Ms. Julie Broussard is the Country Program Manager for the UN Women China Office. She is the Co-Chair of the UN Task Force on China’s first national domestic violence law, currently on the Nation People’s Congress’ legislative agenda. Furthermore, she represents UN Women as the Co-Chair for the UN Theme Group on Gender. At UN Women China, she manages a great variety of programs in the areas of gender dimensions, climate change and natural disasters, gender-based violence, mitigating the effects of HIV/AIDS on women, gender-responsive governance, women’s economic participation and women’s leadership. She received her MPA from the School of Public and Environmental Affairs from Indiana University and her EdD from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
 
Mr. Olivier Coispeau specializes in industrial strategy and corporate finance. He is an economist and investment banker working between Europe and Asia to advise Fortune 500 companies, foundations and governments. He is the co-founder of Maverlinn, a strategy and growth acceleration advisory firm also specialized in the resolution of complex corporate governance issues and shared value creation. He has been based in China for over 8 years and he is a regularly invited guest speaker to strategy and finance forums. He is a graduate from Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris, Paris-Dauphine University and studied at Stanford University (SEP). 
 
Fee
 
CCIFC Member, RMB 150 (cocktail included)
CCIFC Non-Member, RMB 250 (cocktail included)
 
Registration
 
In order to participate in this conference, please click here to register before 5.00pm on 13 January.
 
 

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