Monthly Archives: May 2016

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Green Danes examine Pillars of Trust in the global economy

Denmark is the world’s least corrupt country, according to the annual corruption perception index drawn up by the anti-bribery watchdog Transparency International. It is also one of the most environmentally aware nations. When 20 people met in the Initiatives of Change (IofC) residential centre in Copenhagen on 28 May they looked at how to encourage the values that build trust in the economy.

Among those in the Copenhagen audience was Tania Ellis, the Anglo-Danish author of the best-selling business book The New Pioneers, about corporate sustainability and responsibility, as well as entrepreneurs, an occupational psychologist from Denmark’s largest shipping and oil firm, a theologian, an army officer, students and NGO activists from countries ranging from Norway and Romania to Burma.

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Transforming communities in Manchester and Glasgow: ethical values in social entrepreneurship

Category : TIGERoadshow (UK)

Manchester Metropolitan University’s Cheshire Campus, Crewe, hosts ‘inspirational’ TIGERoadshow, attended by social entrepreneurs, small business owners, students and academics.

The TIGERoadshow, on the theme of Trust and Integrity in the Global Economy, aims to tap into a new global consciousness about the social role of business and entrepreneurship. The event, held on 20 May, provided this through experienced and inspiring guest presenters.

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