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[greenyes] Fwd: Tyco, UPS, Fannie Mae, GM and others meet to discuss corporate responsibility,

Date: Thu, 15 May 2003 14:11:09 +0100
From: "Ethical Corporation" <list_admin@no.address>

Tyco, UPS, Fannie Mae, GM and others meet to discuss corporate
responsibility, June 17-19, Washington DC

We would like to extend an invitation to you to attend a 3-day event taking
place in Washington DC, June 17 - 19 2003.

Ethical Corporation USA 2003 will focus on Rebuilding trust through
Corporate Responsibility. The Willard Intercontinental Hotel, Washington
DC, June 17 - 19 will be the place to meet and learn from those at the
leading-edge of corporate responsibility management.

A 2-day conference program featuring business leaders from principal
American corporations will lead into a day of executive training workshops
specially designed to move the agenda forward in the adoption and
progression of responsible strategy and policy development.

Senior Vice-President, Corporate Governance at Tyco International, Eric
Pillmore, will make the opening keynote address on rebuilding confidence in America's companies, while Tom Weidemeyer, Chief Operating Officer of United Parcel Service, will present on the subject of American business contributions to international development.


The remainder of the 2 conference days will be packed full of case studies, high-level presentations and panel discussions and many of America's leading companies are confirmed to speak on the program.

At a glance, those companies confirmed to speak on a wealth of subjects
from stakeholder dialog and human rights to social reporting and
communicating responsible practice include;

General Motors, Fannie Mae, Reebok, Pfizer, Timberland, Hewlett Packard, Nexen, Toys R US, Intel, Merck, Starbucks, Bristol Myers Squibb, ABB, Baxter, Microsoft, Interface and Green Mountain Coffee Roasters.

Other organizations joining them on the program include; Calvert, Amnesty International, USAID, Innovest, The Corporate Library, FTSE Americas, Human Rights Watch, The World Bank, US EPA, The GRI, Global Alliance, BPRI, The UN Global Compact, CERES, The Nature Conservancy and The Rainforest Alliance.

In collaboration with the organizers of the event, we have secured an
additional $100 discount for our contacts on top of the discounts that
already apply! See http://www.ethicalcorp.com/usa2003 for the full
conference program and other information on the event. To qualify for this
extra saving, please email the conference director on
peter.carkeek@no.address or call him on +44 (0) 20 7375 7160 / 1 800 814 3459 ext.282.


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Gary Liss
916-652-7850
Fax: 916-652-0485






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