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Image is everything

CORPORATE citizenship is an important attribute to most businesses. Those looking to build a favourable image in the community may be interested in attending the Australian Human Resources Institute seminar, The Triple Bottom Line: Developing Corporate Individual Social Responsibility.

Speakers at the seminar include Challenge Bank chief executive officer Tony Howarth, KPMG State marketing manager Anita Lindquist, and WiredCity chief executive officer Chris Farquhar, who will, along with other industry specialists, explain the complexities of maintaining a corporate image to facilitate long-term business sustainability.

The seminar aims to help business owners and managers understand what is involved, what the benefits are for employees and the organisation, and what legal risks can be found in developing and maintaining a corporate image.

The seminar takes place on Wednesday June 19 at 5pm at Blake Dawson Waldron.

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