What is GivingForum?

The GivingForum was launched to bring pioneering individuals in CSR together to share best-practice. The gathering is an intimate, open and interactive opportunity to discuss important topics in-depth.

By facilitating a new opportunity to meet, the GivingForum aims to grow the dialogue on how business can redefine success for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and giving.

We invite up to 50 CSR professionals to be a part of each forum. We split you into smaller tables, ensuring a mixture of corporations and industries but a similar level of seniority are together.

Our topic for discussion changes at each forum and we invite a speaker who is an insight leader on the topic to open our discussion, before tables break off to discuss in-depth.

Although discussions could take a life of their own, we like to suggest questions which tables discuss then feedback to the room with their answers – we want to create a collaborative and modern approach. We leave time at the end for your own networking, when you can hopefully make some useful connections! We produce a summary of discussions just so you remember what was discussed, but are careful to ensure everyone understands we take ‘Chatham house’ rules seriously and don’t disclose names to anyone outside of the room.

The GivingForum was launched to bring pioneering individuals in CSR together to share best-practice. The gathering is an intimate, open and interactive opportunity to discuss important topics in-depth.

By facilitating a new opportunity to meet, the GivingForum aims to grow the dialogue on how business can redefine success for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and giving.

We invite up to 50 CSR professionals to be a part of each forum. We split you into smaller tables, ensuring a mixture of corporations and industries but a similar level of seniority are together.

Our topic for discussion changes at each forum and we invite a speaker who is an insight leader on the topic to open our discussion, before tables break off to discuss in-depth.

Although discussions could take a life of their own, we like to suggest questions which tables discuss then feedback to the room with their answers – we want to create a collaborative and modern approach. We leave time at the end for your own networking, when you can hopefully make some useful connections! We produce a summary of discussions just so you remember what was discussed, but are careful to ensure everyone understands we take ‘Chatham house’ rules seriously and don’t disclose names to anyone outside of the room.

Events

Upcoming

January 2018

Location
TBA

Past

18-09-2017

Estée Lauder Companies, 1 Fitzroy Place
W1T 3JJ

Past

13-09-2016

EY, 1 More, London
SE1 2AF

Past

10-03-2016

RBS, 250 Bishopsgate
EC2M 4AA

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