Corporate Responsibility (CR) issues are picking up steam, with expectations of businesses becoming increasingly public, especially those in the environmental sector. Consumers feel confused about the issues and the role they as individuals can play. They are looking to business to help them. Those were major themes at an in-depth conference called "The Responsible Retailing Summit," sponsored by The Retail Bulletin and held in London on January 30-31. The conference provided rich detail about changing consumer attitudes, and about how businesses should structure, carry out and communicate CR efforts.
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