Concordia, in partnership with the Nomi Network co-hosted a working luncheon on July 14th to develop a repository of best practices to eliminate forced labor from corporate supply chains. This group discussion brought together key decision makers and policy experts from across sectors to participate in an interactive conversation on forced labor and human trafficking. Participants will contribute to a white paper based on the outcome of this discussion in order to highlight key human rights metrics that corporations currently prioritize.
The same group will also reconvene at the 2016 Concordia Summit to share their findings with a broader network of key stakeholders. Key findings from this working group will be presented to corporate leadership at a CEO Roundtable in partnership with the Luxury Council at the 2016 Summit on September 20, 2016.
Nomi Network’s mission is to create economic opportunities for survivors and women at risk of human trafficking by equipping them with leadership, entrepreneurship, and production skills to become financially independent.
The Luxury Marketing Council is a business-building, revenue-generating global community of CEOs and CMOs considered the leader in the field of luxury marketing, setting the “gold standard” for the intelligent exploration of best marketing practices and trends in the luxury marketplace and inspiring luxury brands to more creatively and profitably work together.
IESE Business School is a graduate business school with campuses in Barcelona, Madrid, New York, and Munich and partners with 17 associated schools around the world. A truly global business school, it has been at the forefront of general management education, developing and inspiring business leaders to make a deep, positive and lasting impact on the people, companies and society they serve. IESE’s MBA was developed together with Harvard Business School fifty years ago, and the Harvard-IESE Committee continues to meet annually to discuss strategic initiatives and joint projects. IESE ranked number 1 in 2016 and in 2015 by the Financial Times in Executive Education and Custom Programs.