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Learning from Lockdown: A ‘New Normal’ for Social Impact?

Covid-19 transformed society, in many countries, overnight. The corporate sector has played its part in the immediate response, with many companies donating generously, providing much needed PPE or food for the vulnerable, and every company has had a role to play by protecting its own employees.

On Tuesday 9th June, we looked beyond lockdown and focused on learning lessons from corporate responses. Businesses from a wide range of sectors have discussed their approaches to Covid-19 and provided their insight into the implications for social impact in the future.

A special thanks to our guest speakers:

Tim Scott, Senior Manager, Corporate Social Responsibility and Asda Foundation
Richard Donovan, Global Head of Social Innovation, Experian
Sandra Hennessy, Social Impact & Partnerships Manager, RB
Rebecca Lennox, Operational Director, Sage Foundation
Olivia Whitlam, Head of Sustainability, Siemens

Created by our LBG Network whose Framework is recognised as the global standard in measuring and managing the social impact of business through community investment, social innovation and social procurement.  At this event we were joined by 200 corporate leaders and practitioners across the globe.

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