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www.responsiblebusinessevent.orgExhibitor profiles23Cambridge University PressStand 97Tel: 01223 326267Web: www.cambridge.orgCambridge University Press delivers digital learning resources to help their partner organisations implement their CSR objectives in schools. We develop exceptional content for interactive whiteboards and delivery on the Web in four key curriculum areas: * STEM * Personal, Social, Health & Economic education * Personal finance * Sustainability.Business in the Community Training and AdviceStand 83Tel: 020 7566 6624Web: and find out about the suite of training courses and self assessment tools that provide support to anyone tasked with integrating CR within their companies operations. Our Advisory Services team also offer a range of bespoke advice to support companies at various stages of their CR journey.Business in the Community - Visioning the Future, Transforming BusinessStand 88Tel: 020 7566 8680Web: light of our fast changing world with a reducing supply of virgin resources and a population increase of nearly 50% how will businesses thrive? We have created an inspiring collaborative process that will help businesses visualise the sustainable future and transform to create it. Business in the Community - Supporting Social EnterpriseStand 109Tel: 020 7566 8718Web: enterprises are businesses with social and environmental values at their core. BITC is working to help communities build a sustainable future through the creation and growth of social enterprise. Visit our stand to find out how your organisation can support this growing sector.Business in the Community - MembershipStand 107Tel: 020 7566 8723Web: a member of Business in the Community you become part of a powerful international business network. Benefits of membership include: A dedicated account manager, networking opportunities, expert advice and support, benchmarking, diagnostic and management tools, cutting edge research, leadership opportunities, local support from regional teams, international connections, media updates and training events.Business in the Community InternationalStand 103,104Tel: 020 7566 6654Web: International Campaign at BITC calls business to action to address the key social, environmental and economic challenges facing global society, as encapsulated in international frameworks e.g. United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), UN Global Compact. Initiatives include ENGAGE Key Cities, CSR360 Global Partners Network, International Support Package for Practitioners.

24Exhibitor profileswww.responsiblebusinessevent.orgThe Cochabamba ProjectStand 68Tel: 0114 2368168Web: www.cochabamba.coopThe Cochabamba Project works with approximately 1000 farmers and their families on the western fringes of the Amazon rainforest. We tackle poverty and deprivation, which are the underlying causes, alarming deforestation and loss of biodiversity through a programme of sustainable land management, including forestry, using native tree species.Christian AidStand 141Tel: 020 7523 2313Web: Aid is a Christian organisation that insists the world can and must be swiftly changed to one where everyone can live a full life, free from poverty. Childreach InternationalStand 31Tel: 07896 673 617Web: International is an international children's charity founded on the belief that every child should have the right to unlock their true potential in life. Working in 10 countries and having reached 70,000 children, we invite genuine forward thinking organisations to form meaningful partnerships and become active stakeholders in our goals. Child Bereavement CharityStand 117Tel: 01494 568900Web: UK's leading charity supporting families and educating professionals both when a child dies and when a child is bereaved. Annually the charity trains c5000 professionals and volunteers in health, social care and education. It also provides a support and information service, website with on-line forums and bereavement support. Charities ManagementStand 34Tel: 01460 241106Web: www.charitiesmanagement.comCharities Management is a magazine for charity trustees and senior charity executives covering a whole range of subjects key to running a charity, e.g. marketing, fundraising, contact centres, finance, insurance, investment, HR, leadership, organising events etc. It also looks at partnerships between charities and corporates.CDIStand 125Tel: 0794 274 7225Web: www.cdieurope.euCDI is a high impact social enterprise with presence in 13 countries and more than 1.3 million people impacted to date. Apps for Good is CDI's UK programme and is focused on training low-income young people and school pupils to design and develop mobile applications to change their world.