We would like to share a local event that we have been asked to speak at to discover why doing business ethically really can pay. Hear from Lisa Hardman, one of our advisers:-
“It’s tough to make a profit and you could be forgiven for assuming that making a difference is something for the weekend. But you’d be wrong. There’s growing evidence that the business that cares about the welfare of its staff, customers and suppliers is more resilient when things get tough.
We’ve brought together local, regional and national speakers who can explain how they have profited from making their organisation more ethical. All I’m asking you to do is to put 1800 on Tuesday 3rd October in your diary, book your free place at this event, and come along with an open mind and plenty of business cards. The venue is Open, on Bank Plain in Norwich. There’ll be coffee and cake when you arrive.
Demonstrating that you care really does pay dividends. But don’t take my word for it, come along and hear for yourself, quiz our speaker and see how your business can profit by being just a little more ethical. Book your free place here.”
RSA Fellows, Norwich Quakers and Norwich Cathedral are collaborating to stage a debate on Tuesday 3 October at 6pm at OPEN Norwich.
Commercial pressure has too often been cited as justification for unethical business behaviour. Yet increasingly, consumers are choosing to do business with those they believe to be ethical. What exactly is ethical business? How can we influence it as business leaders or as consumers?
Come and join us to hear from a wide range of speakers and a panel debate. Book your free place here