INDIACSR Invites Speakers for its Mega CSR Conference to be Held in Mumbai in May

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MUMBAI: INDIACSR (www.indiacsr.in) the largest Indian business network for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) along with Kohana CSR – a Dedicated CSR Consultancy is organizing CSR Conference themed “CSR & Competitiveness” in Mumbai in May 2012.

We invite speakers for our mega conference on CSR in May 2012, in Mumbai to contribute towards the ever growing knowledge on CSR and share ideas on your organization’s CSR best practices and discuss collaborative projects between your organization and its stakeholders.

The conference would provide a forum to initiate a dialogue and enlighten the participants on creating a competitive edge for their business organizations with the help of responsible management practices of your company.

Your brilliance and knowledge in the field expressed through your speeches, presentations and case studies would highlight thought provoking activities and facilitate knowledge transfer across the august gathering.

The gathering in the economic capital of India would reach beyond academic research and business operations and would focus on the harmony in our society through the CSR lens. The Conference would facilitate the gathering of many luminaries from the corporate and non-profit world. It shall witness how the profit driven business houses are involved in collectivism, informal virtue and morality.

For more detail please contact :

Rusen Kumar
Founder and Director
INDIACSR (India’s largest CSR Network)
CSR INDIA Corporate Social Services Pvt Ltd
M: +91 (0) 99810 99555
E: editor@indiacsr.in; editor.indiacsr@gmail.com
W: www.indiacsr.in

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