Centre for Responsible Business’s (CRB) 7th Annual India & Sustainability Standards International Dialogues & Conference 2020 is set to take place virtually from 28 to 30 October 2020. The registrations are now open for the event.
The well-known event, which has been happening in Delhi for years, has good deliberations on key sustainability issues, with the industry leaders, policymakers, experts, entrepreneurs, and innovators sharing their views and observations.
This year, the endeavour is to convene a diverse set of stakeholders to understand and deliberate on the opportunities and challenges of integrating sustainability into core business practices and strategies to build a resilient business in an uncertain world.
Experts participating this year in this prestigious event, to mention few, are Shoko Noda, Resident Representative, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP); Herman Mulder, Co-founder & Chair, SDG Netherlands; Dipanwita Chakraborty, Regional Director, Corporate Responsibility & Sustainable Development-Asia Pacific, Cargill; Dr. Sanjeev Chopra, Director, Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration; Prof. Vasanthi Srinivasan, Professor, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore; Dr. Bimal Arora, Faculty Member, Aston Business School, UK and Honorary Chairperson, CRB; Markus Loening, Founder & CEO, Loening – Human Rights & Responsible Business and many more.
The event also has dedicated session for the textile and apparel industry’s current issues in which brands, retailers, NGOs and industry participate strongly.
This edition will also have a session ‘Family-friendly policies in Apparel and textile sector’.
Rijit Sengupta – CEO, CRB, told Apparel Resources “All stakeholders of the conference are quite enthusiastic about thought-provoking discussions and despite being virtual, the event is going to be as useful as it used to be in previous years.”
— CRB (@Centre4RespBiz) August 26, 2020