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• Extending SME Opportunities• Generating Employment • Developing Communities • Cascading Knowledge • Facilitating Entrepreneurship • Empowering the Next Generation • Monetising CSR #CSRSummitDXB EXPERT SPEAKER FACULTY 18 - 21 MAY 2014 The Address Hotel, Dubai Marina, Dubai, UAE HIGHLIGHTS FOR 2014 www.iirme.com/csrsummit Bo Victor Nylund, Senior Advisor, CSR, UNICEF, Switzerland Kathryn Wightman-Beaven, Director, Global Corporate Responsibility, DP World, UAE Belinda Scott, Senior Manager Corporate Sustainability, Corporate Communications Department, NBAD, UAE Arijit Ghose, Managing Director, Unilever Gulf Zeina Abou Chabaan, Founder, Palestyle, UAE Dr Sven Rohte COO, Daman, UAE Fatima Sultan Al Kuwari, Director Community & Public Relations, Ooredoo, Qatar Herluf Nis Thomsen, Senior Programme Manager, Action on Diabetes, Novo Nordisk Gulf, Qatar HRH Princess Banderi Al Faisal, Director General, King Khalid Foundation, KSA BOOK BEFORE 20 March 2014 & SAVE $1,585 WHY ATTEND? › Empower the next generation via entrepreneurship › Foster stakeholder alliances to enhance community development › Build bridges between corporates and entrepreneurs › Engage the community in a cohesive regional SME initiative › Align CSR to your core business agenda › Assess what success looks like by measuring CSR’s social impact (SROI) › Enhance the social value of your supply chain pyramid › Analyse the direct impact of CSR to gain ROI And much more… 10 years of knowledge formalises core CSR initiatives: § Successful partnerships § Entrepreneurial initiatives § SME establishments § Certiﬁed Social Impact Measurement • Represented via a comprehensive stakeholder advisory board • 360 degree perspective: Corporate; Institution; Entrepreneur; SME • Pre conference workshop: Building a CSR programme to partner, scale and engage with stakeholders for meaningful impact • Certiﬁed post conference workshop: turning CSR into a revenue generating model • Award winning Entrepreneurial and SME focused presentations fostering corporate and institutional alliances • A unique opportunity to gain tangible takeaways which may be implemented in your CSR plan right away Platinum Sponsor Silver Sponsors Partner Media Partners Organised ByOfﬁcial Charity
NETWORKING ACTIVITIES More networking than ever before to ensure better interaction and shared learning. We understand that CSR professionals don’t just want to listen! We ensure you have the chance to join in the discussion and debate and meet as many future business contacts as possible. Speed Networking - Our speed networking session ensures that you leave this session with many new contacts in a fun and easy format. Make sure you bring plenty of your business cards. Interactive Roundtables - Focus Areas For CSR Initiatives – With 4 different tables dedicated to a speciﬁc topic, this is your chance to discuss your speciﬁc concerns and explore practical solutions with your peers. Panel Discussions - Join in the debate with high proﬁle speakers. We talk about the real issues! Speaker Hosted Lunch - Meet the speakers in person. Have your questions answered and share insights over a hearty meal. Live Interactive Voting – You get a voice with our live voting system showing results in real-time! @ the 11th CSR Summit Dubai Interested in joining or ﬁnding out more? Please visit the website or contact Sally Corander at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Once again the CSR Summit is proud to support 'CSR in Action' which is an initiative involving students and corporates from the region to drive CSR iniaitives all year round and encourage CSR at a grassroots level. This initiative is aimed at developing awareness of CSR and building skills to drive impactful, sustainable CSR initiatives. We involve students and new CSR professionals within the platform to interact and learn from established experts in the ﬁeld and drive projects with tangible results. WELCOME TO THE This CSR Summit is a 10 year success story between us. We have accomplished so much with ‘you’; the achievements now speak for themselves. On a geographical level, our conference is now regional with conferences held in Dubai, Doha and Jeddah in 2013. From an achievement perspective, the summit has fostered award winning entrepreneurial initiatives, successful partnerships, gained SROI (social ROI certiﬁcation) for SME establishments and much more – all under one ‘sustainable’ roof! In addition to a focused portfolio we have also gained a ‘certiﬁed’ status for our workshop where corporates, institutions and entrepreneurs engage in fostering alliances to enhance the business model. They focus on: § Employment creation via community engagement § Cascading knowledge via corporate and institutional partnerships § Empowering the next generation via SME and Entrepreneurship Every year this ﬂagship gathering of CSR professionals is preceded by PR campaigns, blogs, tweets, press releases and live media coverage! As a CSR leader who drives your organisation’s CSR agenda forward, we look forward to welcoming you to the 11th CSR Summit in Dubai. +971 4 335 2437 +971 4 335 2438 email@example.com/csrsummit AN UNRIVALLED SPEAKER LINE-UP: Bo Victor Nylund, Senior Advisor, CSR, UNICEF, Switzerland Arijit Ghose, Managing Director, Unilever Gulf HRH Princess Banderi Al Faisal, Director General, King Khalid Foundation, KSA Christian Grage , VP, Arabian Peninsula, Hilton, USA William Reese, President and CEO, International Youth Foundation, USA Belinda Scott, Senior Manager Corporate Sustainability, Corporate Communications Department, NBAD, UAE Bandar Al Shammari, CSR Manager, Alturki Group, KSA Representative from the Dubai Chamber of Commerce, UAE Brendan Jack, Head of Sustainability & Environment, Nakheel, UAE Dr Dima Jamali, Professor and Associate Dean for Faculty, American University of Beirut, Olayan School of Business, Lebanon Dr Farah Anwar, Founder and CEO, Ashraf Electronics, UAE Dr Sven Rohte, COO, Daman, UAE Fatima Sultan Al Kuwari, Director Community & Public Relations, Ooredoo, Qatar Fatma Al Khaja, CSR Manager, Corporate Communications Department, Dubai Customs, UAE Dr Walid Al Fitaihi, Founder, Chairman and CEO, International Medical Centre, KSA Herluf Nis Thomsen, Senior Project Manager, Novo Nordisk Gulf, Qatar Karine Kamel, Managing Partner, ww.bridgegypt.com Khaled Adas, Strategic Relationships Manager – MENA, Intel Laila Janahi, CSR Director, VIVA, Bahrain Zeina Abou Chabaan, Founder, Palestyle, UAE Mariam Farag, Group CSR Manager, MBC Group, Middle East Kathryn Wightman-Beaven, Director, Global Corporate Responsibility, DP World, UAE Bandar Al Shammari, CSR Manager, Alturki Group, KSA Ferruh Gurtas, Director of Corporate Affairs, Intel Corporation Middle East Turkey and Africa Lina Hourani, CSR Division Director, Al Ahli Group Genny Ghanimeh, Founder/CEO, Pi Slice Annelies Hodge, Senior CSR and Internal Communications Manager, Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry, UAE Eman Al Madani, CSR Executive, Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry, UAE H.E. Ameera Binkaram, President and Founding Member, Friends of Cancer Patients (FOCP), UAE Rania Tayeh Pahl, Senior Brand and Corporate Social Responsibility Ofﬁcer, Corporate Relations and International Affairs, DUBAL, UAE Zahra Hamirani, Chief Education Ofﬁcer, Blossom Nursery, UAE Medea Nocentini, Vice President, Corporate Development, OSN, UAE
Developing Win-Win Partnerships: Leveraging the Resources, Knowledge, and Credibility of Multi-Sectoral Partners Do Good and Do Well In this workshop, IYF will provide “how to” guidance that can make the difference in your company’s efforts to build sustainable and strategic collaborations with the public and civil society sectors which will offer tangible beneﬁts to all partners. You will leave equipped with practical tools, lists of additional resources, and an enhanced understanding of how to build “win-win” alliances that improve communities and countries while at the same time build positive brand associations among key consumer constituents and produce bottom-line beneﬁts. LEARNING OBJECTIVES: • Identify promising practices, approaches and models to building effective partnerships with the public and civil society sectors that address key human development challenges while providing bottom-line beneﬁts • Understand the strengths and comparative advantages partners from each of the sectors bring to a multi- sectoral partnership • Deﬁne the outputs, outcomes, and impact of an effective partnership • Tips and techniques for effective partnership with the public and NGO sectors for the business community • Learn best practice strategies for developing effective partnerships to support programs beneﬁting youth LED BY: Mara Kronenfeld, Director, MENA Region Partnership Development, IYF and Sarabecka Mullen, Director, Life Skills Program and Senior Trainer, IYF POST SUMMIT WORKSHOPS PRE SUMMIT WORKSHOP A PARTNER WITH THE CSR SUMMIT DUBAI Are you a thought leader in CSR? Would you like to showcase your CSR initiatives on a high proﬁle platform? Partnering with the CSR Dubai Summit is an extremely effective way of positioning your brand as an innovator and pioneer in corporate social responsibility. The Summit provides a unique, high-proﬁle platform with opportunities to interact with the industry’s biggest players and unprecedented media brand exposure. We are very creative with our partnerships and will offer more than just an exhibition stand! Get in touch with Renae Ruggeri to ﬁnd out more about tailored packages and how to: • Showcase your CSR initiatives • Position your brand as a thought leader • Publicise your CSR activities and brand • Build brand recognition and raise your organisationʼs proﬁle You can reach Renae on firstname.lastname@example.org or call +971 4 407 2732 WEDNESDAY 21 MAY 2014 9:00am - 2:00pm SUNDAY 18 MAY 2014 +971 4 335 2437 +971 4 335 2438 email@example.com/csrsummit Accounting for Value: Measuring & Understanding your return on Social Investment Creating welfare for our societies is what every company should exist for. But do we understand how to grasp the value that is created away from revenues and proﬁts? Are ﬁnancial statements enough to understand the creation or destruction of the broader value? The Social Return On Investment (SROI) is the application of a set of principles within a framework that is designed to help bring this understanding of whether your company creates or destroys value – whilst at the same time recognising that what is of value will be very different in a speciﬁc country, corporate or cultures. LEARNING OBJECTIVES • Understand the purpose of SROI and what it brings to your company • Apply the 7 Principles and know how to navigate an Impact Map • Step-by-Step calculations through a concrete case: Palestyle • Ability to tell a better story to partners and investors LED BY: Alexandre Lemille, Founder of Wizeimpact UAE. CSR as a Business Model: Aligning CSR to your Business Agenda to Generate Revenue and turn it Sustainable This workshop will formalise ﬁrm foundations CSR in the region has been based on. It will then share the next steps in identifying how to align your current work to resources within the organisation and manage risk, ultimately generating revenue which reﬂects directly on your bottom line. LEARNING OBJECTIVES • Link and align CSR and Sustainability • Utilise key documents which assist your business in realtion to CSR guidelines, standards and protocols • Engage stakeholders to take ownership and advocate CSR • Tips and techniques to plan and develop a CSR strategy which suits your business • Formulate and implement a step-by-step guide for your business • CSR reporting: maximise beneﬁts and avoid pitfalls LED BY: Drs. Daan Elffers, Founder of EMG and head of the EMG Amsterdam ofﬁce. CERTIFIED WORKSHOPWORKSHOP B 9:00am - 1:00pm WORKSHOP C 2:00pm - 4:00pm Refreshments & Lunch will be provided for all delegates registered for the workshop.
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SUMMIT DAY TWO TUESDAY 20 MAY 2014 +971 4 335 2437 +971 4 335 2438 email@example.com/csrsummit Are you a thought leader in CSR? Would you like to showcase your CSR initiatives on a high proﬁle platform? Partner with the CSR Dubai Summit to position your brand as a innovator and pioneer in corporate social responsibility. Get in touch with Renae on firstname.lastname@example.org or call +971 4 407 2732 BOOK BEFORE 20 March 2014 & SAVE $1,585
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AVOID VISA DELAYS – BOOK NOW Delegates requiring visas should contact the hotel they wish to stay at directly, as soon as possible. Visas for non-GCC nationals may take several weeks to process. Conference fees include documentation, luncheon and refreshments. Delegates who attend all sessions will receive a Certiﬁcate of Attendance. All registrations are subject to our terms and conditions which are available at www.iirme.com/terms. Please read them as they include important information. By submitting your registration you agree to be bound by the terms and conditions in full. CALL: +971 4 335 2483 E-MAIL: email@example.com GROUP DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE ND AX1042 EVENT VENUE: The Address Hotel, Dubai Marina, Dubai, UAE Tel: +971 4 436 7777 ACCOMMODATION DETAILS We highly recommend you secure your room reservation at the earliest to avoid last minute inconvenience. 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P.O Box 9428, Dubai, UAE www.iirme.com/csrsummit +971 4 335 2437 +971 4 335 2438 OUR SPONSORS Platinum Sponsor Unilever is one of the world’s leading suppliers of fast moving consumer goods with operations in over 100 countries and sales in 180. Consumers buy 170 billion Unilever packs around the world every year, and our products are used over two billion times a day. We have more than 171,000 employees, and generated annual sales of €46.5 billion in 2011. Unilever’s ambition is to double the size of our business, whilst reducing our overall environmental impact. We are also committed to doing what we can to improve health, nutrition and hygiene, with a target to help more than a billion people take action to improve their health and well-being, as well as sourcing all our agricultural raw materials sustainably by 2020. Unilever has led the Food Producers sector in the Dow Jones Sustainability World Indexes for 13 consecutive years Silver Sponsors Intel’s products and technologies are at the heart of computing solutions that have become essential parts of businesses, homes and schools around the world; and are being used to tackle some of the world’s most complex problems – in areas that include education, healthcare, economic development, and environmental sustainability. The company’s products include microprocessors, chipsets and other semiconductor products that are integral to computers, servers, note- and netbooks, as well as consumer electronics, handheld devices and connected “embedded” products becoming part of cars, shopping kiosks and bank ATMs. Intel’s focus in not solely on the products it delivers. From primary schools to leading universities, Intel is committed to improving the quality of education around the world. Over the past decade alone Intel has invested over USD 1 billion and Intel employees have donated over 2.5 million hours toward improving education in more than 50 countries. Canon’s philosophy of 'Kyosei' is central to our belief that a sustainable business integrates the interests of society with consideration for the environment. At Canon, CSR is not a standalone focus area; it infuses all aspects of our business and is consistent with the principles of Kyosei, the Japanese term meaning living and working together for the common good. Canon has been present in the Middle East for over 40 years and throughout this journey has demonstrated strong commitment to supporting the communities within which we operate. We consistently strive to make a positive impact on the environment around us. Pi Slice is a peer-to-peer micro-lending platform that allows people around the world to lend to micro- entrepreneurs to start or expand their micro-businesses.
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