The Fylde Coast’s Responsible Business Network launch - Monday 8 October
Their mission is to build a responsible business movement on the Fylde Coast, bringing together the collective strength of business to be a force for good.
- Date: Monday 8 October
- Time: 7.30am arrival for tea, coffee and pastries, 8.00am start - 9.30am
- Venue: The Pavilion Theatre, Blackpool Winter Gardens
The launch will feature talks from local business leaders about how they embrace responsible business within their organisation and the difference it has already made. Guest speakers include Mark Adlestone, Chairman of Beaverbrooks, who has generously sponsored the Responsible Business Network for the first 2 years and Steve Fogg, Managing Director of Shared Services at BAE Systems.
Register here to confirm your place.
What is the Fylde Coast’s Responsible Business Network?
The Fylde Coast’s Responsible Business Network is a network of businesses committed to supporting their local community.
The network has been created, and is supported, by the Blackpool Pride of Place partnership, which is a flagship initiative of Business in the Community – HRH The Prince of Wales’ Responsible Business Network.
They aim to build a network of responsible businesses along the Fylde Coast who will:
- Be the best they can be in delivering social, environmental and economic sustainability across all areas of their business
- Join with other businesses to bring together their collective strength and be a force for good in the local community
Who can be involved?
The Fylde Coast’s Responsible Business Network is free to join and is open to any business who wants to contribute to the local community, whether that’s social, environmental or economic. It can range from a few hours volunteering - to taking on an apprentice - to mentoring start-up businesses.
The type of contribution you make is entirely up to you!