Invivo Talks: Environmental & Social Impact

Join Kath Child, Invivo's Environment & Sustainability Manager as she discusses what we do here at Invivo as a B Corp, and a healthcare company that has this way of thinking ingrained in the way we think, process, and act. Kath will share ideas of what you could be thinking about and doing to support the environmental and social impact of your business too.


When
30th June 2020
4:00 pm GMT

Description


We believe we cannot truly look after our health and that of our patients without looking after our environment – the outer world that speaks to our inner world.

Join Kath Child, Invivo’s Environment & Sustainability Manager as she discusses what we do here at Invivo as a B Corp, and a healthcare company that has this way of thinking ingrained in the way we think, process, and act. Kath will share ideas of what you could be thinking about and doing to support the environmental and social impact of your business too.

This will be an informal discussion with plenty of opportunities to ask questions!

Speakers


  • Kath Child

    Kath Child has a BSc in Forestry from University of Copenhagen and worked most of her professional life in project management in geospacial development and analysis. Kath moved to Stroud in 2011 where she founded a geospatial software consultancy. A personal interest in community and change making, saw her founding a community space focussing on textiles and sustainable living. Kath’s first project with Invivo was to facilitate B Corp certification and to understand our environmental and social impact.

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