At a panel discussion – “The Role of CXOs in transitioning from ‘Cheque Book’ Philanthropy to Sustainable development”—organized by UST Global and APR Charitable Trust, Eric Savage (CEO, Unitus Capital) discussed achieving sustainable development through CSR alongside distinguished panelists & invitees.
To quote, UST Global:
“UST Global, an information technology solutions and services company for Global 1000 enterprises, in association with ACT (Adarsh Palm Retreat Charitable Trust), hosted a panel discussion on “The Role of CXOs in transitioning ‘Cheque Book’ Philanthropy to Sustainable development” in Bangalore on January 10, 2015. UST Global’s mission of ‘transforming lives’ across the world through technology, training, jobs and peace impelled the second edition of the annual panel discussion.
The event was hosted by Sudhansu Panigrahi, General Manager & Center Head of UST Global. Eminent personalities from Bangalore like RK Misra, renowned governance reforms activist, and Sanjay Sahay, ADGP, Karnataka (Police), shared the dais with corporate leaders from diverse industries including Eric Savage, Co-Founder and CEO of Unitus Capital,Navneet Kapoor President and Managing Director, Target India and Sandeep SharmaManaging Director (South Asia), NICE. The speakers shared their perspective on sustainability, and how they as CXOs play a crucial role in their organizations in transitioning from ‘cheque book philanthropy’ to sustainable development. Shoma Bakre, Founder of Let’s Do Some Good Foundation moderated the discussion.”