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CBI, in Association with The Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship Presents The Bio/Pharmaceutical Corporate Social Responsibility Leadership Forum

Submitted by: CBI Research, Inc.

Categories: Events, Corporate Social Responsibility

Posted: Jul 26, 2007 – 01:00 PM EST

 

The Leadership Form will be held on October 1-2, 2007 at the Doubletree Hotel in Philadelphia, PA

Jul. 26 /CSRwire/ - WOBURN, MA- July 26, 2007 - CBI is proud to work with the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship (BCCCC) for the Bio/Pharmaceutical Corporate Social Responsibility Forum. The BCCCC is committed to enhancing the success of business by creating a more just and sustainable world. Guy Morgan and Kwang Ryu, BCCCC Research Associates are pleased to lead a pre-conference workshop in conjunction with Paul J. Nichol, Ed.D., Compliance and Ethics Training and Communications Senior Manager, AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals discussing tools to Benchmark, Measure and Manage CSR Performance to Ensure True Impact and Progress.

Don't miss key bio/pharmaceutical philanthropic case studies, including how:

  • Johnson & Johnson creates corporate equity programs to garner positive societal change and lasting goodwill at a grassroots level

  • OSI Foundation and Abbott Fund ensures corporate foundations reflect the mission of the company

  • Roche works to supply HIV/AIDS medicines through innovative pricing structures and patent policies

  • Bayer forms local and international partnerships to ensure success in raising awareness about Malaria protection options

  • Project HOPE structures a disease-oriented collaboration with multiple sponsors (BD, Eli Lilly and Roche) that maximizes business and marketing benefits of sponsors

  • Novartis leverages collaboration in industry as a coalition rather than in competition

  • PhRMA initiates a program, PharmaCorps, that mobilizes employees to become active within their communities through positive industry-sponsored programs

  • Amylin structures internal employee engagement programs to support business strategies

  • Abbott identifies the role and value of the Partnership for Quality Medical Donations (PQMD) during disaster relief situations

    PLUS! Join your peers at CBI's Non-Profit Contribution Luncheon as a portion of the registration fees are given to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and the United Way's Southeastern Pennsylvania Mentoring Partnership Program. CBI is proud to present a contribution to these organizations that make instrumental changes to the lives of those in need in the Philadelphia area.

    Proud sponsors include: CreateHope, Inc. and The JK Group.

    Outstanding support provided by: PhRMA, Environmental Leader, The CRO, PharmaVOICE, Medical Device Network, Medical News Today, PharmaForce International, PharmCast.com, PharmiWeb Solutions and Pharmaceutical Commerce.

    For more information on this event, contact CBI Registration at 800-817-8601 Fax 781-939-2490 Email cbireg@cbinet.com. Please visit us online at www.cbinet.com/CSR

    About CBI Research, Inc.

    CBI is a privately held, world-class conference company that focuses on producing high-level programs for executive decision-makers who face strategic issues in domestic and international markets. CBI has provided information and networking opportunities for thousands of senior- level executives in various industries for over 10 years. CBI produces over a 100 conferences and webinars yearly. More information is available at www.cbinet.com.

    About The Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship

    The Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship is a member-based research organization associated with the Carroll School of Management. It is committed to helping business leverage its social, economic and human assets to ensure both its success and a more just and sustainable world. Since 1985, The Center has been a trusted resource for companies trying to strengthen their relationship with communities and build lasting strategies of engaging in societal issues. Its executive education program includes two Certificates in Community Involvement and a Certificate in Corporate Citizenship Management - the certificates for the field in the United States. The Center also produces publications including research reports, white papers and a newsletter and sponsors many events, including an annual conference, roundtables and regional meetings.

  • For more information, please contact:

    Andrea Chadis CBI Research, Inc.

     

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