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Save the Date! 2021 Virtual Corporate Responsibility Summit

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Registration is opening soon for the VIRTUAL 2020 Corporate Responsibility Summit on April 14–15, 2021, and you won’t want to miss it!

In response to continued concerns with COVID-19, AIAG will again host next year’s Corporate Responsibility Summit as a virtual interactive event — reducing our carbon footprint and saving you time and travel costs.

In addition to providing the flexibility of participating from your office, home, or anywhere with high-speed internet access, this virtual event will include all the same features as AIAG’s in-person events, along with additional benefits such as:

  • Easy access — no software or plugin downloads required.
  • Choose which sessions to attend and set reminders so you don’t miss out.
  • Access recorded sessions from all three tracks for a full 60-day period after the event.
  • Virtual networking, live chatting with exhibitors, and live Q&A sessions following presentations.
  • …and much more!

How Does it Work?

The virtual conference platform functions like a traditional physical conference with realistic-looking exhibit halls, seminars, and networking in a virtual-world environment. Attendees can view demos, pick up literature, and chat live. Keynote speeches and seminars are delivered either in real time or on-demand by podcast and webcast technology. Check out this short demo video to see for yourself.

Who Should Attend?

This event is intended for professionals who manage environmental systems, supply chain sustainability, reporting and stakeholder engagement for OEMs and suppliers of all sizes. This year’s two-day event will feature insights on a wide range of environmental, human rights, sustainability and conflict minerals issues.

Plan to join us virtually on April 14–15 to learn industry best practices and gain actionable insights on how environmental, social and governance (ESG) data impacts your company's reputation!



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