This event is postponed. More details to follow.
About the Social impact for business event series
The business community is increasingly aware of its power and responsibility to help solve the world’s many complex challenges. Leaders around the world are speaking out about the need for responsible business practices, driven by purpose along with profit. While many say they are committing to making a difference, very few have a plan for making it happen.
NPC is launching a series of breakfast events on Social impact for business, to help organisations go from acknowledging responsibility to achieving greater impact. In the first of this series, we’ll be focusing specifically on developing effective strategies for impact. Later in the series we’ll be exploring best practice approaches to measuring, reporting and communicating impact.
About event 2: Measuring impact
Measuring your impact is an essential foundation for maximising the benefit of your social impact work. Impact measurement gives an insight into what works and what doesn’t when it comes to CSR, helping you to refine your social impact strategy and improve the good work you are doing. Join us on 30th April to learn how you can put this into practice.
If you can’t make this event but are interested in future events in the series please email the events team on events@thinkNPC.org
How non-profits and for-profits can work better to together and make a bigger difference for people and causes.
In the third and final of our Social Impact for Business series of events, we’ll be focusing specifically on best practice approaches to reporting and communicating impact.
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