Join Vale4Business for an interactive session looking at Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), and the benefits it can bring to your business.
Register here to join us at Botley’s Tap Social, a coffee shop and brewery on North Hinksey Lane. The Tap Social Movement was founded to provide opportunities for people trying to turn their lives around after coming into contact with the law.
With an improved understanding of all the strands that social responsibility incorporates and the ways to embrace and leverage these, you can open up new opportunities to improve the overall performance of your company and become a far more purposeful business.
This includes becoming an employer of choice to attract and retain quality staff, differentiating yourself from your competition and developing new and valuable partnerships.
Hosted by Tap Social Movement and presented by Grant Hayward, founder of Collaborent, CSR – An Under Utilised Business Improvement Tool will be an interactive session and also explain what corporate social responsibility (CSR) really is, including the lesser known elements and the ways in which you can improve your business through it.
Grant Hayward, Founder and Director of Collaborent
After a 30 year career in the corporate world, Grant took a significant change in direction and for around to years has been working and volunteering with organisations across all sectors in this field. He is passionate about the use of business as a force for good, and for supporting and developing creative solutions for organisations to work together across all sectors to share responsibility for and help address local social and environmental challenges.
He is a founder member of Reciprocate, a group of businesses working together to improve the lives of people in Oxfordshire, volunteers to help run the ROBIN Network, bringing organisations together across sectors to share skills and resources, and is also a Steering Group member of OSEP, supporting and promoting Social Enterprise. He works with OxLEP and in other capacities to help ensure the strong local economy we enjoy is more inclusive and one that works for all.
8.30am to 9am – Arrival, registration and networking
9am – 11am – CSR, an under-utilised business improvement tool with Grant Hayward
11am – 11.30am – Networking and session end
Register here to join us at Botley’s Tap Social