Responsible Hospitality debate: what is the real value of CSR?

17 September 2012 by
Responsible Hospitality debate: what is the real value of CSR?

What is the real value of CSR and can it actually be good for business? These are some of the questions we will be discussing in Caterer and Hotelkeeper's forthcoming live online debate.

As part of our commitment to Responsible Hospitality, we will discuss the business benefits of comprehensive corporate social responsibility policies to the hospitality industry and are inviting you to join in.

We'd love to hear your views on the best ways to ensure your business lives and breathes its CSR aspirations and how they can benefit the bottom line; and what responsible hospitality means not only to your operation but to your customers.

We'll also be looking for your advice, ideas and best practices initiatives that hotels, restaurants, pubs, bars and contract caterers can implement to improve both profitability and reputation.

The debate will take place on Wednesday 19 September from 3pm to 4pm. Register here to make sure you receive a reminder to log in for the debate.

Entry is free, and all you need is access to a computer with an internet connection.

By Janie Manzoori-Stamford

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