World Forum for Ethics in Business Conference: The Double Bottom Line – How rich we really are

The World Forum for Ethics in Business' next conference will be held on 20th November 2015 at the European Parliament in Brussels. The theme of the conference is “The Double Bottom Line – How rich we really are”.

The 11th edition of the International Leadership Symposium on Ethics in Business will look at complementary measures of performance of public and private institutions that encompass both economic success and social wellbeing.
The lineup of distinguished speakers will include:
•    Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, Founder, World Forum for Ethics in Business; Founder, The Art of Living;
•    Mr. Erik Solheim, Chair of the OECD Development Assistance Committee;
•    Dr. Eric Cornut, Chief Ethics, Compliance and Policy Officer, Novartis AG;
•    Mr. Roland Koch, Chairman, Supervisory Board, UBS; Former Minister-President of Hesse;
•    Hon. Mr. Jigme Yoser Thinley, Former Prime Minister of Bhutan;

The 2015 WFEB conference will provide a unique global platform to explore this new paradigm for successful sustainable business, the commitment we have to take, and showcase inspirational examples that can be scaled up for global impact. In addition, it will present best practice case studies of initiatives that foster sustainable, long-term growth and development with individual well-being at the core of their business operations. These will highlight the approach of shared value, open, ethical and transparent market and supply chain connections. The symposium will also raise the question of how do we define and measure wellbeing and will look into different aspects of mental health.

The Conference, organized by the World Forum for Ethics in Business, in which The World Bank and the International Association for Human Values are partnering organizations, is an annual event which brings together prominent leaders from business, politics, academia, civil society and faith‐based organizations to dialogue on the pressing need to strengthen human values and ethics in business.
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