UNIPART TO HOST RESPONSIBLE BUSINESS CONFERENCE

Mallory Mabe / 31st January 2014 / Comments (0)

Unipart, one of Europe’s leading manufacturing, logistics and consultancy groups, is
to host the first-ever responsible business conference to be held in Oxford.

Together with Oxfordshire Business First and Business in the Community, Unipart is
planning to bring together business leaders from across the county for the half day
conference to be held in the Unipart Conference Centre in Oxford on April 3
beginning at 9 a.m.

The conference will feature speakers from across a wide spectrum of business
sectors and will discuss a new initiative bringing together the leading companies from
across the county.

The event is part of Responsible Business Week (March 31 to April 4), the UK’s
largest annual conversation about responsible business. Taking place across
multiple channels, the week will include events across the UK, unrivalled content,
and thought leadership. Social media will enable contributors from around the world
to join the conversation.

Speakers at the event will include Unipart Chairman and Chief Executive John Neill
who will discuss the commercial realities behind acting as a responsible business,
Professor David Grayson, director of the Doughty Centre for Corporate
Responsibility, who will explore how the notion of responsible business applies to
SMEs; and Tony Stratton, Chairman Emeritus at CPM, who will announce plans to
start a responsible business network for Oxfordshire.

Other speakers at the conference include Miranda Markham, Community Relations
Director for Value Retail (Bicester Village), Adrian Lockwood, Managing Director of
Integration Technology Ltd., Shirin Welham from Business in the Community’, and
Stuart Miller co-founder and CEO of ByBox.

The event is free of charge, but guests are asked to pre-register for the event by
emailing Denise Moffatt at denise.moffatt@unipart.com or by phoning 01865 384232.

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