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Trialogue Business in Society Conference 2019
Start Date/Time: 16 April 2019
End Date/Time: 17 April 2019
Recurring Event: One time event
Importance: Normal Priority
Location: Johannesburg



 Managing risks and reputation in development - Key theme at Trialogue conference

Register to attend The Trialogue Business in Society Conference
16 & 17 April 2019 | The Wanderers Club, Illovo, Johannesburg

Managing risks and reputation in development, presented in partnership with Sasol, intends to get delegates from the corporate and non-profit sectors to reassess their own organisational preparedness to respond to the risks and manage their reputations in the
often high-risk development arena.

Delegates can look forward to sessions on:

  •     Good governance
  •     Addressing structural challenges in the development sector
  •     Guidelines for implementing risk management in development
  •     Rebuilding reputations
  •     Mitigating risks in employee volunteerism programming               

With insight from Sasol, Oxfam South Africa, Institute of Directors Southern Africa, Social Impact Partners, Charities Aid Foundation Southern Africa, forgood and MMI Foundation


Visit the Trialogue website for more information.

Development-related organisations interested in exhibiting at the conference can
email conference@trialogue.co.za or gmitri@trialogue.co.za to book a stand.

We look forward to seeing you there!


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