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Trading for Good launches at the IoD on 16th July

On Monday 16 July the Trading for Good initiative will be launching at the Institute of Directors.

The event will feature a panel of speakers who are ideally placed to speak on matters of CSR and to demonstrate how this valuable service can be of benefit to you.

Speakers include:

  • Mr Philip Green - Advisor on Corporate Responsibility to the Prime Minister, formerly Chief Executive of United
  • Utilities PLC, CEO of P&O Nedlloyd, COO at Reuters Group plc and COO (Europe & Africa) at DHL.
  • Norman Lamb MP - Minister for Employment Relations, Consumer and Postal Affairs
  • John Timpson CBE - owner of Timpson and Daily Telegraph columnist
  • Caroline Diehl MBE - Chief Executive and Founder of Media Trust
  • Darren Strowger - Chairman, Excell Group

Please join us at this evening event and find out more about this invaluable free service. Built exclusively for small businesses, it encourages organizations to shout about the work they are doing in their local communities in return for raising their profile further and ultimately generating new business.

You can book to attend through the IoD website here

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What is Trading for Good?

Trading for Good is a new, free digital service showcasing the amazing contribution smaller businesses (less than 250 employees) make to local communities in the UK. By sharing this information, Trading for Good wants to help generate business by promoting small business activities and providing access to supplier lists of larger companies.

It has been developed for business by business to help raise their customers’ awareness of the impact their business has in the local community. It is a collaborative commitment involving a range of organizations including trade associations and membership organisations who already champion Britain’s business community.

Designed much like a social media platform, small businesses can set up their own profile page to show progress against five areas of activity: charity or community work, environmental action, helping young people into work, improving supplier relations and making life better for staff. Customers can find this information either via searching the website directly or from more general search engine listings.

By sharing information about what companies are doing in their local areas, Trading for Good hopes to shape customer buying decisions and help small businesses grow.

Led by a number of SME’s it has received startup funding from BIS and Visa Europe.

Their aim is to encourage more small business to do more good work in their communities and to reward these businesses by raising their profile. Find out more at

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