What Is Driving Companies Towards Responsible And Inclusive Action – Panel Discussion At IRBF 2017

“How do we make responsible business a part of our DNA?” asked Anil Padmanabhan, Session Chair and Executive Editor, Mint, as he began the 2nd panel discussion at IRBF 2017. The topic being discussed was what drives business responsibility. The panel was an interesting mix of business leaders, academics and policymakers who shared their insights. DRIVING FORCES

Leadership Strategies For Responsible & Inclusive Businesses – Panel Discussion At IRBF 2017

“The challenge is what can businesses do to become leaders in making a better society.” said Arun Maira, Session Chair and former member of the Planning Commission as he initiated the first panel discussion at IRBF 2017. The panel discussion was centered around leadership strategies for Indian businesses to adopt inclusive and responsible business practices. The

Kick Starting IRBF Conference 2017

It’s rare to find  government, civil society and private sector under the same roof. It’s even rarer to see them having honest & straightforward discussions. A day full of such discussions centred on responsible business happened during the IRBF Conference 2017. The conference’s theme was Going Beyond. The day long event took place on 14

Panel Discussion: Responsible Investment In India – Myth Or Reality?

DATE: 14 February 2017 TIME: 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM   Moderator – Neha Kumar   WHAT IS THIS SESSION ABOUT? A panel of investors, regulators and influencers share insights on the emerging potential of responsible investments. Responsible investments and investments aligned with environment, social and governance (ESG) factors are gaining momentum globally. India continues to

IRBF 2017 – Curtain Raiser

WANT TO KNOW WHICH 123 COMPANIES MADE IT TO IRBI 2016? The latest India Responsible Business Index (IRBI) has analysed  the top 100 Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) companies,  plus 23 companies that dropped off the top 100 from last year. The sectors covered in the top 123 companies are: capital goods finance FMCG textiles and