INDIACSR News Network
MUMBAI: Due to the high demand and overwhelming response for our ‘CSR and Competitiveness’ conference to be held on May 9, 2012 in Mumbai at Ramada Plaza Palm Grove, Juhu, spaces for delegates are being booked rapidly and we have limited places available.
Manoj Soma, our Chief Guest reserve 15 discounted and free places, offered on a first come first served basis.
50% discount: If you are an organization that actively employs or supports the employment of disabled people or ‘differently able’ people, you can get a 50% discount for 2 participants.
5 free bookings: If you are a highly skilled disabled person who is unemployed or feel you are not employed to your full potential, you can attend this event for free and have the chance to meet one-to-one with our chief guest to explore opportunities.
If the above applies to you, please take advantage of these offers and contact us immediately as spaces are booking up fast. The offer is valid till April 25, 2012.
“We encourage participation of persons with disability or organization working towards empowerment of person with disabilities through 50% discount on participation fee.” Rusen Kumar, Director of INDIACSR said.
“Mr. Manoj Somasundaram MA Chartered FCIPD, CEO, Choice International and MD, Challenge Life Ltd (UK) (Consultant and Trainer on CSR, Diversity and Inclusion) is the chief guest of the inaugural session of the conference. As a disabled person and an ethnic minority member in the UK, he has faced many barriers to success.” He added.
“However with his on-going determination to succeed, he explored all possibilities to overcome these barriers and discovered many existing, targeted, innovative CSR programmes to support and address the under representation of disabled people and other minority members in the UK.” Mr.Rusen Kumar said.
“The conference is designed to witness how the forward thinking firms are approaching CSR as an initiative to improve the community, environment and its workforce with active participation of its key stakeholders towards bettering of the world.” He added.
“This CSR 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.” Mr Rusen Kumar informed..
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 brilliance of the speakers through their speeches, presentations and case studies would highlight thought provoking activities and facilitate knowledge transfer across the august gathering.