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[Shared Value Project] Introduction to Shared Value Workshop

Tuesday 20 Oct

10:00 am

12:00 pm

 – 

Australia/Sydney
Free

Online

About this event

Are you looking to align your organisation with a social or environmental purpose? Or, do you want to get your head around shifting business trends and find a strategy to stay ahead of the curve?

This virtual workshop is designed to help you understand the concept of shared value as a business framework. You will walk away from the session with a better understanding of shared value and its impact on business, a knowledge of global best practice through select case studies and a tool for practical implementation.

While the focus of the workshop is on shared value theory and practice, participants will also explore the relationship between shared value as a business strategy and other forms of corporate participation in societal issues through practices such as corporate philanthropy and corporate social responsibility. 

Whether you are working in the corporate, government, or not-for-profit sector, this workshop will help you fully understand the concept of shared value as a framework to tackle society’s problems in a profitable, sustainable, and scalable way.

Registrations close Friday 16 October.

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