SAP

Working on Purpose 


Thursday 28 September Christchurch, New Zealand

As part of the Social Enterprise World Forum 2017, SAP and the Ākina Foundation are proud to present New Zealand’s largest international event dedicated to corporate social responsibility. 

Working on Purpose 

Thursday 28 September Christchurch, New Zealand

As part of the Social Enterprise World Forum 2017, SAP and the Ākina Foundation are proud to present New Zealand’s largest international event dedicated to corporate social responsibility. 





Why Attend?

Working on Purpose brings together public sector and corporate leaders, policy makers and specialists across employee engagement, branding, procurement and CSR.  



The programme features the world’s leading social enterprise innovators, practical workshops, collaborative sessions and global best practice which will inform and inspire you to: 

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  • create and measure impact of meaningful community engagement
  • showcase investment in innovation, job creation and economic growth 
  • adopt social procurement best practice
  • demonstrate business value and enhance corporate brand recognition
  • enrich employee engagement with CSR programmes  

What can you expect?

In addition to hands-on workshops with global experts, you’ll have access to practical examples across the corporate and public sector, including this case study on how SAP implements social sabbaticals. Join us at the event to learn the outcomes for the employees, as well as the social enterprises they worked with.

Featuring

PAUL DUNN

Four-time TEDx speaker and Chairman of B1G1: Business for Good

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MICHELLE SHARP

CEO, Kilmarnock Enterprises

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PETER HOLBROOK

CEO, Social Enterprise UK

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SAM EDMONDS

Programme Manager, Social Traders Connect

GRAEME RILEY

Managing Director, SAP New Zealand

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ABBIE REYNOLDS

Executive Director, Sustainable Business Council

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STACEY SHORTALL

Partner, MinterEllisonRuddWatts and Trustee of Whodidyouhelptoday Charitable Trust

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DAVID SAVAGE

Facilitator, inspirational speaker and corporate leadership specialist

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JAN OWEN

CEO, Foundation for Young Australians (Australia)

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Event Details

WHERE

Papa Hou (Treasure Box), YMCA 12 Hereford Street, Christchurch

COST  

$250  

DATE

Thursday, 28 September 2017 9.30AM – 5.30PM  

Register now to also receive a 10% discount to Day 3 of the Social Enterprise World Forum on 29 September 2017

Event Details

WHERE

Papa Hou (Treasure Box), YMCA 12 Hereford Street, Christchurch

DATE

Thursday, 28 September 2017 9.30am – 5.30pm  

COST

$250


Register now to also receive a 10% discount to Day 3 of the Social Enterprise World Forum on 29 September 2017


Programme Highlights


Morning

Introduction: Peter Holbrook CBE, Chief Executive of Social Enterprise UK, the leading global authority on social enterprise and creators of the Buy Social Corporate Challenge, the world’s largest commitment to social procurement  

Keynote: Paul Dunn, four-time TEDx Speaker, Chairman of Buy One Give One and Fellow of Singapore’s Social Innovation Forum  

Case studies: Best practice in social procurement, employee engagement and social innovation featuring SAP, Social Traders, Kilmarnock Enterprises, Buy One Give One

Round tables: Immersive practical sessions facilitated by case study leaders


Afternoon

Workshops: Facilitated by inspirational speaker and leadership collaboration specialist, David Savage: “helping good people do great things”

  • CSR meets Social Enterpise: meaningful volunteering opportunities 
  • Leveraging employee engagement, measuring social and business impact  
  • Supporting social engagement in business narratives  
  • Communicating effectively with internal audiences  

Panel discussion: Social policy and business horizons. Speakers include sustainable business experts, intergenerational changemakers, global influencers of environmental thinking and leading business commentators 

Networking event: Engage and connect with international speakers and delegates

Any proceeds from Working on Purpose will be directly invested into supporting the next wave of social enterprises through the Ākina Foundation.

For more information about The Ākina Foundation, please visit www.akina.org.nz