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2015 AIAG Corporate Responsibility Summit

Sustainable Best Practices Throughout the Value Chain

Submitted by: Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG)

Categories: Events, Fair Trade & Supply Chain

Posted: Jan 20, 2015 – 03:00 PM EST


SOUTHFIELD, Mich., Jan. 20 /CSRwire/ -  REGISTRATION IS OPEN for "Sustainable Best Practices Throughout the Value Chain".

Effective corporate responsibility practices are built on a foundation of knowledge, regular training and peer-to-peer collaboration. The AIAG Corporate Responsibility Summit is unique opportunity to build your knowledge base and bring cost-saving instruction back to your organization. Stay ahead of the CR curve by engaging with forward-thinking leaders in the field and by discovering new insights and industry best practices.
Join us at the 2015 Corporate Responsibility Summit to learn best practices on:

  • Societal Connection: Why society cares and how it drives our industry to react
  • Emerging Issues: A look at developments on the horizon that could impact your business
  • Leadership: What lessons can be learned from industry-leading companies to create a successful CR model for your organization
  • Global Regulations & Standards: Which ones impact your company’s CR practices and ability to import/export
  • Conflict Minerals Reporting: Guidance for conducting due diligence and developing a thorough Conflict Minerals Report (CMR)
  • Risk Assessment: How to identify risks
  • Sustainability Self-Assessments: How to properly identify and effectively mitigate CR risks
  • Transparency: How to create a sustainability report that highlights your company’s CR success

This event will benefit manufacturing professions representing OEMs and suppliers of all sizes.

Don't miss this opportunity to shape the future of CSR, Sustainability, global purchasing and Supply Chain with your industry peers, register now!

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