The 5th GCEF Dialogue, "Global Business Leader’s Talk - - Redefining CSR and Sustainability" was held on April 27, 2011 at the Ritz Carlton Seoul. This event was prepared for the purpose of special article coverage by "Happiness Together" Public Interests Section of JoongAng Ilbo, Daily Newspaper.
Corporate executives from KT, LG Electronics, IBM GBS Korea and Intel Korea with extensive experiences in domestic and global IT industry shared their vivid personal experiences and expressed their opinions how ICT (Information Communications Technology) sector corporations can contribute CSR and sustainability as corporate strategy in order to narrow the gap between the developed countries and the developing economies in the world in globalization, which is criticized as a main cause of deepening global economic imbalance.
* Time: Breakfast meeting - 7:00-8:30 am, Wednesday, April 27, 2011
* Venue: Calasia Room, The Ritz Carlton Seoul
* Format: An interactive dialogue moderated by Angela Joo-Hyun Kang, GCEF Executive President
* Hosted by: Global Competitiveness Empowerment Forum (GCEF)
* Sponsored by: Emerging Economies Working Group (EEWG) of Corporation 20/20, Boston, US
Mr. Yung Kim
Head of Corporate Center/Chief Strategy Officer/Senior Executive Vice President of Korea Telecom (KT)
Former Vice President of Technology & Innovation for Group CTO Office, British Telecom
Mr. Young-Kee Kim
Vice President and CRO (Chief Relations Officer) of LG Electronics
Dr. Sungyoul Lee
Managing Director, Global Business Services of IBM Korea
Former Global Industry Leader, Electronics Industry, Partner/Vice President of IBM
Ms. Eun Kyung Yoon
Country Solutions Manager, Intel Korea Ltd.
Dr. Jegoo Lee, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Management, University of South Florida
Visiting Professor of Spain EADA Business School
May 12 - Page 3 "Happiness Together" Public Interests Section of JoongAng Ilbo
Written by Park, Sung-Min, Reporter of "Happiness Together" of JoongAng Ilbo
[JoongAng Ilbo] Input 2011.05.12 03:14 / Revised 2011.05.13 11:19
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