Corporate Social Responsibility

Friday, 17. October 2014


Akash Arasu

This year’s Academia Engelberg gave high importance to actors from industry in the private sector. While generally a good idea – given the gravity of impact that business has on the world – unfortunately with the exception of Bühler, the industry presentations were less rigorous and credible than other presentations. The lack of trust displayed to the consumer’s intellect coupled with the missed opportunity to address genuine stakeholder concerns, resulted in a lot of buzz, fluff, and fuzzy stuff.

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