Join us on Wednesday 6th October when we will be exploring how co-creating opportunities lead to sustainable and strategic business models for growth. Benefiting not just the planet but livelihoods.
As the sponsors of the CEW Responsible Beauty Award, Givaudan aims to encourage businesses to identify ways of integrating all aspects of sustainability into their day to day operations.
We are therefore delighted to host our second seminar on sustainability, this time focusing on social responsibility.
We invite you to hear from our inspiring speakers below. If after these presentations we have encouraged you to consider what 'opportunities' you could offer in this space we will have succeeded.
Register for this event here.
This event is free to CEW members, if you are not a member and would like to join this session, please contact the team at email@example.com who will be happy to help.
Introduction by Maxine Canham, Global Account Director Givaudan Active Beauty & CEW Board member
“Beautiful Journeys” with Hallvard Bremnes, Global Head of Sustainability, Givaudan
Shaping journeys we can be proud of and working together to stay on the path.
“Co Creating Future” with Professor Helen Storey, University of The Arts London and the Zaatari Refugee Camp, Jordan
How working across disciplines, cultures, industries and peoples can lead to unique forms of collaboration, reciprocity and imagining – opening up new opportunities to create livelihoods and help shape better and sustainable futures.
“Business as a Force for Good” with Lee Mann, Head of Community Fair Trade, The Body Shop
The business of business should not just be about money, it should be about responsibility. It should be about public good, not private greed.” Anita Roddick.
How does The Body Shop bring this statement to life within its Community Fair Trade programme and why it’s good for their business as well as the partners they work with around the world.
“Beauty Builds Back Better’: How can we close the equality gap” with Natalie Deacon, Head of Sustainability and Corporate Affairs, Avon
Through the Covid pandemic the equality gap has widened. We’ve repeatedly seen the most disadvantaged members of our society disproportionately negatively impacted. What’s the role of the beauty industry in helping to build back better and open up opportunities for fair and decent work?
Social Responsibility in our BusinessWinner with the 2021 CEW Responsible Beauty Award Recipient (TBA)
Interactive Questions to presenters
Global Account Director Givaudan Active Beauty & CEW Board member
Global Head of Sustainability, Givaudan
Professor Helen Storey
University of The Arts London
Head of Community Fair Trade, The Body Shop
Head of Sustainability and Corporate Affairs, Avon