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Is your company doing enough to reduce alcohol harm?

Press Release   •   Oct 19, 2012 10:40 BST

latest webinar, ‘Initiatives and Commitments: Reporting on Industry Actions to Reduce Harmful Drinking’, will discuss the International Centre for Alcohol Policies’ (ICAP) ‘Initiatives Report 2012’. The paper was released earlier this month and looks at the drinks industry’s actions around the world in support of the WHO ‘Global Strategy to Reduce the Harmful Use of Alcohol’.

 

The webinar is a chance to explore the report's findings and to discover how alcohol producers need to respond to these changes into 2013 and beyond.

 

Ask the experts

 

just-drinks would like to invite those interested in worldwide alcohol policies, to join managing editor Olly Wehring and a panel of industry experts, who will discuss how alcohol producers can further their commitments to this strategy.

 

The panel comprises:

·         Marcus Grant, ICAP President

·         Mark Leverton, Director General of the Global Alcohol Producers Group (GAPG)

·         Carolyn Panzer, Director, Corporate Social Responsibility for Diageo

·         Carol Clark, Vice President, Beer & Better World for Anheuser-Busch InBev

 

The report will be available to all attendees of this latest webinar and any questions will be answered in a Q&A session after the event.

 

The webinar will be held on Wednesday, 24 October at 1500 BST. 

 

Make sure you don’t miss out by registering free of charge at just-drinks.

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