Catalyst and Saïd Business School Forum: Can you do well by doing good?

Mars Catalyst and Oxford's Said School of Business are pleased to host an event that examines the question of whether you can ever really do well as a business by doing good.  Details of the event can be found on our Events page, as well as the SBS website, and we will post more information here in the lead up to the forum.

The Responsible Business Forum is part of a joint research programme launched in 2014 between Saïd Business School and the Catalyst think-tank at Mars Inc., the global food and beverage company, to co-develop a business management theory for the Economics of Mutuality with corresponding teaching curriculum, new management practices and business case studies.

This uniquely insightful forum will tackle the tough questions of companies producing and selling good products badly and bad products well, providing a comprehensive evidence-based overview of how companies can and are seeking to become more responsible and where they succeed, or fail.

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