Sustainability in business with Dr. David Cooke, Konica Minolta

  • 23 Aug 2018
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Offices of HWL Ebsworth, Level 14 Australia Square, 264 George St, Sydney

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"Sustainability is a part of our DNA", declares the website of Konica Minolta Australia. That is due in part to the leadership of its Australian Chair and Managing Director, Dr. David Cooke, who will be our speaker on August 23.

David is well-known for his leadership in sustainability in Australia, as is Konica Minolta worldwide. The Australian branch of this Japanese business systems and healthcare imaging products company was the first technology company to join the United Nations Global Compact Network Australia in 2016. Under David, Konica Minolta has focused on implementing ethical supply chains and raised the issue of modern slavery, becoming a champion of the Modern Slavery Act which was introduced into Parliament on 28th June 2018.

David will discuss the new model of CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) and its benefits for companies in any industry.

Networking drinks and snacks will follow the talk.

Speaker bio

Dr. David Cooke, Chair and Managing Director, Konica Minolta Business Solutions Australia

David was appointed as the first non-Japanese Managing Director of Konica Minolta in Australia in 2013. The company is a global firm operating in the technology sector. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Managers & Leaders and a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. He is also a non-executive director of UN Global Compact Network Australia and Cambodian based anti-human trafficking organisation Together 1 Heart.

He completed his doctorate in 2008. David’s dissertation was titled “Building Social Capital though Corporate Social Investment” which dealt with the role of profit–making corporations in furthering the work of the NGO sector. His work was awarded the Globally Responsible Leadership award for Social Impact in 2011 and in 2014 he was awarded the Top Alumnus of the last 20 years by the Southern Cross University Business School. 

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