Rebuilding Ireland with Purpose webinar June 26th 11am-12pm
Business in the Community Ireland want to generate a national conversation about redefining the purpose of business and how we can ensure Ireland becomes a low carbon economy and a country where everyone thrives.
The pandemic has exposed major societal challenges that exist in our society and has also reignited the conversation about flattening the curve on climate change.
What is now the role of business in a post-pandemic Ireland?
Join us this Friday June 26th 11am-12pm to hear from some of Ireland’s top CEOs discussing how business can tackle societal challenges such as the digital divide in education and the inequality gap; the role of business in tackling climate change; the role of the CEO as activist and how collaboration amongst business is key to our sustainable future.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Bernadette Lavery, CEO, Boots Ireland
- Julie Ennis, Country President Ireland, Sodexo Ireland
- Mark Foley, CEO, EirGrid plc
- Tomás Sercovich, CEO, Business in the Community Ireland
Register to attend at: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_EOR3BeaiSBCSYEuvqjzt8A
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