Ordinary People take a stand…at Responsible Business 2012

| 25/01/2012 | 0 Comments

It has now been confirmed that the Ordinary People will be taking a stand at the second annual UBM Responsible Business Exhibition taking place at the Business Design Centre in London, on the 15th and 16th March 2012.

The Responsible Business Exhibition is free to attend and will run alongside the BITC Responsible Business Convention, which is “a two-day, not-for-profit event bringing together global business leaders from a wide range of job functions to reveal the practical strategies and insights you require to work together with your employees, consumers, suppliers and communities to transform your business and deliver economic, environmental and social value.”

The event will provide an opportunity for the Ordinary People to answer questions relating to their 2012-2013 programme, which will include the latest developments regarding their Careers & Skills Gateway 2012 project.

The Careers & Skills Gateway project is being developed in partnership with Satsuma.

Satsuma’s work with the Ordinary People is an integral part of the company’s CSR strategy. To find out more you can visit the Ordinary People on Stand 150.

For information about Responsible Business 2012, visit: www.responsiblebusinessevent.org



The Ordinary People is an east London based social enterprise created to explore ways to support and empower, marginalised or disadvantaged, people; through a mix of information, advice and practical intervention.

The Ordinary People are currently working across 2 main themes for 2012/2013: “Access to Opportunities” and “Profiling & Promoting Talent” and hope to be able to assist thousands of our brightest young people to realise their full potential.

For information about the Ordinary People, visit: www.theordinarypeople.org.uk

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