Corporate Citizenship Presenting at Upcoming Measurement Summit in Washington D.C.

Impact measurement has become a must for today’s CSR professionals. But how are organizations using the data collected to communicate the impact they’re having on their communities and society?
Nov 9, 2017 9:25 AM ET

November 9, 2017 /3BL Media/ - The forthcoming ACCP Measurement Summit in Washington D.C. on 5th December 2017, kindly hosted by KPMG, will bring together CSR, sustainability and community investment professionals to discuss the different approaches being taken to measure both social and business impacts, addressing the challenges and unlocking the wealth of opportunities that measurement brings.

Organizations engaging with their communities often find it difficult to measure and track the impact of their investments, therefore coming up against barriers to communications and scaling up their programmes to bridge the gap between corporate aspirations and reality. Measuring impacts allows organizations to maximize the effectiveness of their contributions and identify how their strategic investments are making a difference to people’s lives.

Corporate Citizenship’s Linnea Texin will be joining as an exclusive keynote speaker to share recent trends in measuring impact. “The Summit provides a great forum for representatives from both civil society and the private sector to come together to discuss how to effectively use impact measurement to substantiate the value that community investment brings to both business and society” comments Linnea.

The Measurement Summit will take place at KPMG Building, 1801 K Street NW, Suite 12000 Washington, DC 20006.

For more information and to register for the summit, please visit: Measurement-Summit/ACCP-The-Measurement-Summit.aspx?hkey=a09045a2-b05e-47a0-819f- af8a4589326d

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