13th December 2021
Speaking at the MGI Worldwide CPAAI 2021 Virtual Global Meeting, business leader, author, and sustainability advisor, Marga Hoek reveals how the accounting industry contributes to the shift to sustainable businesses and economy. Watch Marga’s presentation ‘Business for good is good business’ now available on demand.
Taking a wide ranging look at both the challenges and opportunities of sustainability, Marga's talk focuses on the changes business can make. By exploring the power of innovation to transform and react, she reveals real life case studies from a wide range of sectors, to examine how every business can play their part in shaping a sustainable future whilst also driving forward new business models, new products and services, and new sources of revenue.
From reputation to regulation, employee and customer expectations to business strategy, Marga considers how sustainability is now fundamental to any business.
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About Marga Hoek
Marga Hoek is a business leader, author and advisor working in sustainability. An Influential thought leader, she works with governments and businesses of all types and sizes. Marga takes a business approach to sustainability, combining innovation with new business models to explore the opportunities, as well as the pressures presented by changing demands, expectations and resources.
MGI Worldwide with CPAAI is a top 20 ranked global accounting network and association with almost 10,000 professionals, accountants and tax experts in some 460 locations in almost 100 countries around the world.
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