|Date:||01 June 2017|
|Time:||18:30 - 23:00|
|Location:||Belfast Waterfront Hall|
|Price:||This event is fully booked|
Business in the Community recognises and celebrates local companies demonstrating innovation, creativity and a sustained commitment to responsible business practice at this inspirational Gala Awards Dinner at Belfast Waterfront Hall.
Supported by Electric Ireland and run in association with media partner Ulster Business, the awards recognise and celebrate those companies who have shown a sustained commitment to corporate responsibility with a positive impact on their people, our planet and the places where they operate. By recognising and rewarding such commitment, we aim to inspire others and deepen the culture of corporate responsibility which has been steadily growing in Northern Ireland in recent years. Corporate responsibility can be a key differentiator for all organisations, especially in the current climate. We want to celebrate your success and help spread much-needed good news.
At our dinner, we will celebrate with a range of organisations – those that have entered our national Responsible Business Awards – the UK’s most respected endorsement of responsible business practice—those that have entered our Responsible Business Award in Northern Ireland and those working in partnership with us who simply deserve our thanks.
Whichever grouping you fall into, we hope you can join us to celebrate on 1 June 2017. By taking a table, you will have an opportunity to inspire your staff, and perhaps your community partners, so they too can see the breadth of responsible business activity happening across Northern Ireland.
To secure your table/place, please email Marie Atcheson. For the past eleven years we have had to operate a waiting list, as the event has been oversubscribed, so I would recommend that you confirm your organisation’s attendance at your earliest convenience.
Clarke is a retired professional footballer, having played for 17 years across all four professional leagues in England. He served as Chairman of the player’s union, the Professional Footballers Association for four years, as well as various representative roles for UKAD, Manchester FA and UCFB advisory boards. After six years in broadcasting with BT Sport and ITV, and presenting two documentaries on social issues for BBC, Clarke is now a full-time corporate speaker. He has also launched his own charity, the Clarke Carlisle Foundation for Dual Diagnosis, with the aim of changing the face of Mental Health education and care services across sport and industry. Read more about Clarke’s story here.
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