“A Voice to be Heard”
Christian Entrepreneurs living out their faith
The Sixth Annual Dr Jean Guy (Memorial Lecture)
Dr Richard Higginson until recently has been Lecturer in Christian Ethics and Director of Studies at Ridley Hall Theological College. He is now Chair of ‘Faith in Business’ having served as its Director for 29 years.
He has written extensively on the interweaving of Christian values in the world of business and commerce and the global economy; he is an international speaker on business ethics and the theology of work.
This year’s lecture takes its title from his latest book written jointly with former retail entrepreneur Kina Robertshaw (IVP 2017).
All Welcome – Refreshments Available – Free Admission
(Donations to Church Funds appreciated. Registered Charity No. 1131642)
Restorative stewardship: building a better world by building better businesses
Join the Christian Aid and Business Network for a unique event, bringing together business leaders, entrepreneurs, aid workers and leaders, unified around a single goal: to maximise the common good through developing successful and sustainable business enterprises. Explore how we can all play a role in effectively stewarding wealth, people and planet. Hear how business leaders are being part of transforming business, communities and lives. Find out how you can join with other Christian business leaders to stand together as a force for good in the world.
‘Leadership is neither showmanship nor dictatorship. Leadership is a stewardship and a partnership.’
The Right Rev David Urquhart, KCMG, Hon DD, Lord, Bishop of Birmingham
Dr Martin Palmer, Secretary General of the Alliance of Religions and Conservation (ARC)
Paul Searle, Founder and Chief Executive, AquAid
Simon Macaulay, Chairman, Anglo Recycling Technology Ltd
Miriam Goodacre, Founder, Clean for Good
As well as high-profile speakers from across the faith and business spheres there will be opportunities to take part in workshops with a wide range of partners covering topics such as:
- Making money by doing good – how to market the SDGs
- Business and the common good – a framework for practical change
- Supporting workplace discipleship
- Ethical investing
- Employing from the margins of society – challenges and opportunities
- Reducing your environmental impact – lessons learnt and pitfalls to avoid
- Social impact reporting
- Achieving net zero
A day to inspire, support and equip Kingdom business leaders
What is The Salt Business Network?
The Salt Business Network provides a new opportunity for visionary business leaders to partner with a leading international development charity. The Salt Network brings together business leaders to inspire, inform, support and equip each other to run better businesses and in so doing be part of the change we need to see to eradicate poverty. To find out more please see caid.org.uk/salt
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