Corporate Social Responsibility
The World Business Council for Sustainable Development defines corporate responsibility as the continuing commitment by business to behave ethically and contribute to economic development while improving the quality of life of the workforce, their families and the local community and society at large.

More than goodwill, corporate community involvement or strategic corporate philanthropy, corporate responsibility is a genuine attempt by a company to build meaningful relationships between the corporate sector and the rest of society.

ICMS works in partnership to implement an effective corporate social responsibility strategy covering all aspects of conference planning and day to day running of your event.

A selection of past and future meetings that include these elements are:
Biodiversity Extinction Crisis Conference - A Pacific Response 2007, 400 participants
Climate Change and Human Health Conference 2007, 300 participants
UNEP Financial Initiative Global Roundtable 2007, 480 participants
17th World Energy Hydrogen Conference 2008, 700 participants
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