By: Nina Jais | Associate Director at FSG | March 24th, 2016

Consumers are increasingly demanding that companies do well by doing good, and many business leaders are answering that call by adopting shared value approaches. If you're a leader in a corporation  or corporate foundation interested in creating sustainable social and environmetal impact in the long-term, please register for the upcoming free webinar: How to create scalable societal impact as a corporation.

Given to the climate in business today, we know you have asked yourself this question before and want to accompany you on the learning journey: This upcoming webinar will help you discover more about how to scale your positive impact. Among other aspects, we will discuss how family-owned companies in particular can leverage their unique assets – such as leadership continuity, passion, and long-term thinking – for shared value creation.

The discussion will include a deep dive from the following speakers: 

  • Wolfgang Hafenmayer, the Head of Societal Impact at Trusted Family, will introduce different societal impact strategies that move beyond risk mitigation, such as strategically aligned corporate philanthropy, Corporate Impact Venturing, and Inclusive Business.
  • Nina Reichert, Associate Director at FSG, will then explain the concept of Shared Value in more detail: Why and how are companies choosing Shared Value strategies to leverage the power of market-based competition in addressing societal problems, which companies are inspiring champions and what can be learned from their case studies.

We are looking forward to discussing with you how you can get involved, and your early experiences with these concepts.

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How to create scalable societal impact as a corporation

Tue, Apr 5, 2016 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT



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