On Location: Corporate Social Responsibility


Wednesday, November 3, 2010
1:00 PM EDT
Brought to you by Hilton Head Island VCB
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Doing good translates into a good reputation for your company or organization, a loyal customer base and the resulting boost to the bottom line. Corporate social responsibility (CRS) activities—such as building houses for low-income buyers, maintaining the environment, assisting the less fortunate—good deeds, basically—are becoming a major force in the meetings industry, and a passion for organizations that participate in them.

Join Meetings Media, the Hilton Head Island VCB and nationally acclaimed author and speaker Tim Sanders for an hour-long video webinar that demonstrates the value corporate social responsibility programs bring to your organization and best-practices for planning them.

Topics to be covered include:

  • CSR's role in the meetings industry and value to corporations
  • How to strategically integrate CSR into meeting programs
  • How to communicate the value of CSR programs to stakeholders, and engage co-workers and management prior to the event
  • A question-and-answer session with Tim Sanders

Join Meetings Media Wednesday, November 3, 2010, for this free one-hour webinar: On Location: Corporate Social Responsibility

Earn CEUs:
Each webinar is worth up to .1 points toward the initial CMP application and up to 1 point toward recertification through the Convention Industry Council.

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