We’re so proud that Harriet’s been asked onto the judging panel for the National CSR Awards. Her inclusion isn’t only recognition of the fact that she has campaigned tirelessly (and puts her words into actions on a daily basis!) to implement responsible and sustainable practices in this company. She’s also firm in her belief that it’s not just big businesses that should do this and be recognized for their contribution – small businesses such as Harriet Kelsall Bespoke Jewellery can contribute to a more responsible business environment.
And this is what the National CSR Awards is all about. Rewarding change; building platforms to learn, share and progress ideas; and encouraging the development of engaged and ethical business practices across all types of organisations, large and small: including corporates, SMEs, NGOs, Community and local initiatives.
Harriet is in good judging company, alongside such sustainability luminaries as; Stuart Poore - Director of Corporate Sustainability for WWF, David McAuley - CEO of Trussell Trust, Martin Powell - Head of Urban Development Siemens, and Simon Webley - Research Director of Institute of Business Ethics. Entries close on 12th March and judging will take place on 14th April in London Docklands at The Crystal – one of the world’s most sustainable buildings. We’re all very proud to be a part of this in such an important way.
For more information on the National CSR Awards and how to enter visit http://nationalcsrawards.co.uk/