Dubai Chamber sustainability session discusses global compliance challenge
- United Arab Emirates: Sunday, March 10 - 2013 at 15:14
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Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry's Centre for Responsible Business hosted its second session of the Sustainability Network Expert Series entitled 'Global Compliance Challenges for 2013' at its head office recently.
Ms. Wrage spoke about global enforcement and compliance and how these are changing the way companies assess and respond to risk. She also described innovative compliance solutions designed and supported by the business community while giving practical and cost-effective practical tips that companies can implement right away.
The first session of the 'Expert Series' organised in the last week of January was entitled 'Designing and Implementing Cost Reduction Strategies to Build Brand and Reputation', and covered topics like implementing effective CSR strategies, measuring benefits on performance and reputation and where an organisation's responsibility for sustainability begins and ends.
The Dubai Chamber Sustainability Network was established in 2010 and now has 35 members, who are involved with the aim of forming a cutting edge networking group and facilitating emerging multi-stakeholder dialogue.
The Centre for Responsible Business, which was formed in 2004, is the longest standing centre promoting business responsibility in the UAE. The Centre assists Dubai Chamber members to apply responsible business practices that enhance their performance and competitiveness.
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