Our events are hosted by one of the NIBE stakeholder or partner organisations and are opportunities to meet with other people interested and concerned with business ethics. They are arranged at various locations throughout the North East, either directly or in partnership with others with the aim of sharing information on business ethics, discussing current dilemmas and sharing good practice.  

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Jun
11
Thu
Tees Valley Business Club – Business Ethics – The growing commercial case for kindness @Home @ Online only
Jun 11 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Due to the current circumstances we find ourselves in with COVID-19, our event plans have had to change. We have therefore made the decision to hold our April, May and June events as virtual via the Zoom platform and will be facilitating networking in various rooms available via the platform.

Teesside University Business School and The North East Initiative on Business Ethics (NIBE) will be demonstrating that authentic ethical business practice is alive and well in the Tees Valley and, given added impetus by business leaders, the time is right now to make business integrity a core value and through it help transform business fortunes. NIBE believe that adoption of and ethical business code across a region’s business community could give that place a unique selling benefit to attract and retain inward investors, particularly when it’s linked to the Mayor’s local trading initiative.

Caroline Theobald CBE will ask questions of our panel of experts followed by a presentation from Steve Askam of local bakery, That Cake. We will also welcome Ben Houchen, Tees Valley Mayor for an update from his team.

Running order for the evening is as follows:

6.00pm Start intro from Jane Reynolds MBE
6.05pm-6.30pm Networking
6.30pm Panel Discussion, hosted by Caroline Theobald CBE with guests Angela Lockwood (North Star Housing), Ian Hornby (Venator), Theresa Carling (Endeavour Partnership), Diane Williamson (Middlesbrough &Teesside Philanthropic Foundation), Suzanne Withrington (Teesside University)
7.25pm Steve Askem, That Cake
7.30pm Ben Houchen, Tees Valley Mayor
7.45pm Closing from Jane concluding with clap for key workers prior to 8pm clap at home

Guest booking: We enable six guests to attend each of our events. If you have not attended one of our events in the past, and would like to come to an event to find out if the club is something you would like to be part of, please get in touch info@teesvalleybusinessclub.co.uk for further information.

All places will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

Oct
21
Wed
Responsible Business Event for World Ethics Day,
Oct 21 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

We are currently working on plans to mark World Ethics Day