Event Details

Communicating Conscience: The Future of CSR in the Jewellery Industry

24. Mar 2018 14:30 - 15:30

The jewellery industry is facing a unique corporate social responsibility challenge. There’s a growing increase in expectation from consumers, NGOs and civil society for the industry to be more transparent about their sustainability practices in relation to people, planet and profits. This expectation is placing a strain on companies up and down the jewellery supply chain. In short, communicating a company’s sense of purpose and social responsibility is now a vital component in any communications function. 

Join the Responsible Jewellery Council, and industry experts from Chopard and trade publication, The Financial Times Watches & Jewellery Report to hear first-hand how they are tackling the challenge of communicating corporate conscience across stakeholder groups and other channels. Moderated by RJC’s Executive Director, Andrew Bone, this session will explore how these leading brands are turning demand for value-driven communications into an opportunity to showcase their corporate personalities and commitment to ethical business practices, and the tools and techniques they find most effective.

Invited panelists

•          Diana Culillas from Chopard (Head of CSR)
•          Rachael Taylor from The Financial Times Watches & Jewellery Report (Journalist)