Join business leaders, government, think tanks, and non-profit organizations from China for the 2022 AmCham Shanghai CSR Awards Conference & Awards themed "Accelerating Sustainability for a New Era".This year's conference and awards will be held on Thursday, December 1st from 1:00 to 7:00 pm at the Hyatt Regency Shanghai Global Harbor (上海环球港凯悦酒店).
Attendees (including those arriving in Shanghai in less than five days) will need a 48-hour PCR test
This event will be off the record
This year's award and conference will also feature an NGO Fair where NGOs and social enterprises may join as free exhibitors.
We offer four award categories this year-- The Innovation Award, The Impact Award, The Collaboration Award, and The NGOs/Social Enterprise of the Year Award. These awards are aimed to showcase and recognize organizations that have made significant contributions to the CSR and sustainability communities in China. This award is open to any corporations, organizations, and institutions, including Chinese and international ones.
The AmCham Shanghai CSR Awards were established in 2005. This annual program serves as a platform for corporations, social enterprises, and CSR professionals to share their best practices, including but not limited to creating shared value, corporate purpose, environmental, social, and governance (ESG) commitment, social innovation, environmental initiatives, educational efforts, sustainable supply chain, community outreach, employee wellbeing, public health and safety, employee engagement, and public-private partnerships. By bringing together businesses, government, think tanks, and non-profit organizations in a single platform to promote cross-border collaboration and value-based partnerships, AmCham Shanghai has maintained a legacy of more than 15 years of leadership in China's Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) development.
Throughout this time, the annual AmCham Shanghai CSR awards have celebrated best practices initiated by organizations through their positive ESG actions. Over the last few years, we have observed a shift in focus from externalized programs to those that incorporate ESG into the business model. With the world becoming more complex, and the impacts of environmental, social, and economic challenges growing greater, the need for organizations to become more resilient and in tune with shifting societal needs and expectations requires a balance between flexibility, risk-taking and control, and greater levels of governance.
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Managing Director of Collective Responsibility
Vice President, Corporate Affairs & Communications, APAC at VF Corporation
Country Sustainability Director of IKEA CHINA
President at AmCham Shanghai
Economic and Political Section Chief at U.S. Consulate General Shanghai.
Asia Pacific EHS & Sustainability Director of The Dow Chemical Company
Partner, ESG Services at PwC China
CEO & Founder of Waste2Wear Textiles Import& Export Co., Ltd
上海环球港凯悦酒店 Hyatt Regency Shanghai Global Harbor