TAU chapter of Net Impact hosting Corporate Social Responsibility event

Israel’s first Net Impact chapter is hosting an event with IBM, CISCO, HP-Indigo and Beyond Business.

21 March 2013

On April 11, 2013 the Tel Aviv University Chapter of Net Impact will be hosting a Corporate Social Responsibility event targeting the question: "Does doing good contradict making money."

The event will take place in Tel Aviv University, Dan David building between 6:00pm – 8:30pm.

 

The idea behind the event is to challenge the traditional assumption that maximizing profit is the single bottom line that businesses should consider.  The event will showcase a select number of successful international companies operating in Israel that engage in community, social and environmental programs, and hence create shared values with their surrounding communities.

Presenters include:

BEYOND BUSINESS -  Elaine Cohen – Director of Beyond Business Ltd

HP INDIGO - Yossi Rosen – Program Manager of Environmental Leadership

CISCO - Zika Abzuk – CSR Senior manager

IBM - Mazal Galor - Marketing and Communication Manager 

 

Net Impact TAU is the first chapter in Israel. It is a community of over 30,000 members worldwide who care about sustainability and use their jobs to make an impact on the triple bottom line: profit, people and planet.

 

 

Net Impact was launched in Tel Aviv University last year and is led by students from the Sofaer International MBA program and Porter School of Environmental Studies International program. Through events such as this one, the Net Impact chapter aims to instill learning, help those people who care about the issues connect to each other, and lead change in their communities.

 

To join the event you can:

Go to Net Impact's website to learn more about Net Impact.

 

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