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Business Life Executive Speaker Series: An evening with Tom Levitt

Tom Levitt is a writer and consultant on responsible business, a field he has worked in since leaving Parliament in 2010 after 13 years as a Labour MP. In 2015 he helped to found the anti-poverty social enterprise, Fair for You, and has held several positions as a charity chair and company director. His current book is ‘The Company Citizen: Good for Business, Planet, Nation and Community’. As a consultant his clients have included major businesses, think tanks, councils and charities, and he's carried out ground-breaking research on the role of small businesses in the community.

Currently he is a member of the independent sustainability advisory panel for Walgreen Boots Alliance and sits on the British Standards Institute committee looking at the measurement of social value.

Starting his career as a science teacher in secondary schools, Tom lives in West London and is a season ticket holder at Brentford FC. His latest play, ‘PowerPlay’, a post-Brexit political tragicomedy, was performed in the Camden Fringe this summer.

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Anyone and everyone, an event for all staff, students and our local business community...

Aims & Objectives

'It used to be said that business had to choose between being profitable and ‘doing good’. Today, and in future, it’s no longer a choice: ‘doing good’ is not only essential for the planet and society but it's the route to long term profit, too.' 

18:00 - Registration and refreshments

18:30 - Lecture

19:30 - Networking

20:00 Close

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