Developed by the PublicAffairsAsia network, SharingValueAsia is a platform to develop and showcase partnership and corporate-led solutions forged between business leaders, policymakers, NGOs and civil society. The initiative is already supported by corporations including HP, KKR, FleishmanHillard and Food Industry Asia: in addition to NGOs including CARE, World Vision and Action Aid.
Our focus is on knowledge sharing, networking and promoting these programmes to key stakeholder groups – including informed consumers.
Central to this website is a “knowledge hub”: which will become a fully indexed library of over 200 case studies highlighting relevant and impactful programmes from across Asia Pacific. This resource will provide insight into cutting edge work in citizenship, partnership and the creation of shared value models.
The annual SharingValueAsia Summit, held in Singapore, is designed to inform debate about partnership and collaboration between business, civil society and government. Held on October 1 this year, this full-day corporate-led forum will examine how the “era of empowerment” can be seized to drive Asia’s economic, social and environment advance – locking in profit with a purpose. Click here to visit the website.
Join us in helping to build dialogue, shape and promote the SharingValueAsia agenda – and promote your corporate strategies and achievements – across Asia Pacific.
Become a SharingValueAsia Sponsor:
Join us in helping to build dialogue, shape and promote the collaborative agenda – and promote your corporate achievements – across Asia Pacific.
Becoming a hub or conference sponsor profiles your citizenship, public-private partnership and shared value achievements to a wide ranging audience of corporate, government, not-for-profits – and “engaged consumers”.
Sponsor benefits include:
• Promoting and disseminating: Let industry, government and civil society know what you are achieving.
• Connecting and networking: Engage with industry leaders from corporations, not-for-profits and government.
• Thought leadership: Be positioned as a thought leader in the fast-developing partnership and shared value arenas.
To find out how your organisation can engage in SharingValueAsia contact email@example.com
Prior event attendee organisations:
Action Aid, AIA Group, AmCham Singapore, Asia Pacific Resources International Limited, AsiaBridge Consulting, Baldwin Boyle Shand Ltd, BBC, Bridge Marketing Services Co. Ltd., CARE International, Centre for Ethical Life and Leadership, Centre for Liveable Cities, Citi, Collaborate Consulting, Conservation International, Control Risks, Corporate Citizenship, CropLife Asia, CSR Asia, Diageo , DSM Nutritional Products, Dwidana Securities, East Bali Cashews, Edelman, Edelman Indonesia, EuroCham, Food Industry Asia, FTI Consulting, Golden Agri-Resources, Google Inc,, Greenpeace, Health Promotion Board, Henry Hale Maguire, Hong Leong Group, HP, Human Rights Watch, Hume Brophy Communications (Singapore) Pte. Ltd., IIX Asia, Impact Investment Exchange Asia, Indofood, Kellogs, Keuhne Foundation, KKR Asia, KKR Singapore, Landmark Asia, LGT Venture Philanthropy, Marina Bay Sands, Massey University, McKinsey & Company, Microsoft, Neste Oil Corporation, Nestle China Ltd, Nestle Products Sdn Bhd, New Britain Palm Oil Ltd., Olam International Limited, Peabody Coaltrade Asia Private Ltd., Pelham Bell Pottinger, PepsiCo, Planet Ventures, PR Newswire, Prospect Singapore, Pwee Foundation, Reputation, RLM Finsbury, Sarawak Energy, Save the Children, Sembcorp Industries Ltd, ShiftRunner, Shujog, Singapore Health Promotion Board, Singapore Management University, SingHealth Foundation, Skylark Advisory, ST Telemedia, Symrise, Syngenta Asia Pacific, Tan Chin Tuan Foundation, TFT, The Banyan Advisory Group LLP, The Clinton Foundation, The Confed eration of British Industry, The Stakeholder Company, The United Nations and ESCAP, The World Bank, The World Economic Forum, Tsao Foundation, Unilever, United Nations ESCAP, VISA, Vriens and Partners, WATATAWA, Weber Shandwick, World Economic Forum USA, World Vision, World Vision New Zealand, Yayasan Membangun Papua.