Tomorrow’s ethics: Beyond compliance, building better communities
5:30pm - 7:30pm | £0.00
Date: Tuesday 27 March 2018
Time: 18.00-19.30 (registration and refreshments from 17.30)
Venue: The Curve, Southfield Road, Teesside University, Middlesbrough, TS1 3BX University Campus Map
In the series of Tomorrow’s Ethics events, NIBE is pleased to announce the first joint event with, Teesside University and Venator. This event will also coincide with the launch of the Tees Valley ‘Ethical and Responsible Business Network’.
We will be joined by a wide range of influential business leaders including:
Ian Hornby, Associate General Counsel, litigation and compliance, Venator
Graham Southall, Group Commercial Director, Northumbrian Water Ltd
Bethany Ainsley, founder of Nouveau Group
Christine Stobbs, Finance Director, Wilton Group Ltd
The event is due to be opened by Professor Jane Turner, Teesside University, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Enterprise and Business Engagement) and the Panel session will be chaired by Caroline Theobald, NIBE.
As part of the programme final year students from Teesside University will present the results of a project they worked on with Middlesbrough Council, designed to address social problems in the area; the students presented a solution that brought the council services and business together.
17:30: Arrival and refreshments
18:10: Panel discussion
19.00: Teesside University student presentation
19:10: Q and A
Who should attend?
The event will be of interest to those in the private, public and voluntary sectors who have responsibility for ethics/CSR in their organisation. Also to leaders within organisations who are interested in responsible business.
Download the flyer for this event here: Tomorrow’s ethics BC 27.3.18 2