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The China Enterprise Sustainable Competitiveness Annual Conference was jointly launched by the China Enterprise Management Research Association and the Beijing Rongzhi Corporate Social Responsibility Research Institute. The conference aims to promote the innovation of sustainable development theory and practice and build a high-end communication platform in the field of social responsibility. Since its inception in 2013, the conference has continued to publish research reports on the transparency of Chinese companies, the maturity of social responsibility of listed companies in China, and in-depth discussions on major issues such as the path of public transparency, Internet and social responsibility management innovation, under the theme of the annual meeting. Initially set up a forum for social responsibility management in China's banking industry and China's power industry.

 

2013 China Enterprise Sustainable Competitiveness Annual Meeting
 
On December 18, 2013, the first annual conference on sustainable competitiveness of Chinese enterprises and the “2013 China Top 50 Public Transparency Evaluation Report” was held in Beijing. This year's annual meeting put forward the concept of “public transparency” for the first time, and released the “2013 China Enterprise Top 50 Public Transparency Evaluation Report”. Through the investigation, analysis, comparison and evaluation of the social responsibility information disclosure of the top 50 Chinese enterprises in the top 500 enterprises, the model enterprise award, responsibility communication innovation award, best community relationship award, and excellent social responsibility report award were finally selected. , Best Environmental Information Disclosure Award and Annual Public Transparency Special Contribution Award.
 
Representatives from government agencies such as the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, representatives of industry organizations such as the China Banking Association and the China Electricity Council, international representatives from the Swedish Embassy in China, the United Nations Development Program, Peking University, Tsinghua University, Xiamen University, etc.About 150 people from university representatives and media representatives attended the meeting. The guests discussed the public transparency of the company in depth, and the meeting laid the foundation for the follow-up study on the public transparency of Chinese companies.
 

 

 

2014 China Enterprise Sustainable Competitiveness Annual Meeting
 
On December 21, 2014, the 2014 China Corporate Sustainable Competitiveness Annual Conference was held in Beijing. With the theme of “Social Responsibility Maturity and Corporate Public Transparency”, this year's annual meeting will discuss the relationship between corporate social responsibility maturity, corporate public transparency and sustainable corporate competitiveness, aiming to promote Chinese enterprises to strengthen social responsibility management. Enhance sustainable competitiveness and make positive contributions to promoting sustainable economic and social development.
 
This year's annual meeting issued the "China Enterprise Public Transparency Report (2014-2015) NO.1", the first time a systematic evaluation of the public transparency construction of China's top 200 enterprises. At the same time, the theory of “Social Responsibility Maturity” was first proposed, and the “China's Listed Companies' Social Responsibility Maturity Report (2014)” was released. The conference also held the “2014 China Banking Social Responsibility Management Forum” and the “2014 Provincial Power Grid Company Public Transparency Management Forum”.
 
On December 18, 2016, the 4th Annual Conference on Sustainable Competitiveness of Chinese Enterprises was held at the National Convention Center. With the theme of “‘social responsibility+' to promote enterprise innovation and upgrading”, this year's annual conference will explore how to transform and upgrade enterprises through social responsibility management innovation under the background of increasing downward pressure on the economy and urgent demand for innovation.
 
For the first time, the conference used the concept of “social responsibility +” and hoped to promote the full integration of social responsibility management with current economic and social development. The guests discussed the topic of “social responsibility + sustainable competitiveness”, “social responsibility + communication innovation”, “social responsibility + overseas community relations” and other hot topics. The meeting released the "China Corporate Public Transparency Report (2016-2017) NO.3", which is the third consecutive year that the conference released the China Top 200 Enterprise Transparency Report.
 
The conference held the China Top 200 Corporate Transparency Awarding Ceremony for 41 companies including China Mobile, China FAW, Tencent, Dongfeng Motor Corporation, Chinalco, China Construction, China Southern Power Grid, Taiyuan Iron and Steel, China CRRC, and China Development Bank. The Public Transparency Model Award, the Best Social Communication Innovation Award, the Best Social Responsibility Report Award, the Best Environmental Information Disclosure Award, the Best Community Relations Award, and the Best Overseas Communication Practice Award were presented.
 

 

 

2015 China Enterprise Sustainable Competitiveness Annual Meeting
 
On November 27, 2015, the 2015 China Enterprise Sustainable Competitiveness Annual Conference was held in Beijing. The theme of this year's annual conference was “Internet + Social Responsibility Management Innovation”. At the meeting, the guests discussed in depth the topics of Internet + Responsibility Communication, Internet + Corporate Public Welfare, and Big Data Application in Responsibility Management.
 
This year's annual meeting released the "China Corporate Public Transparency Report (2015-2016) NO.2", held the China Enterprises Top 200 Public Transparency Awarding Ceremony, and awarded the winners the public transparency model award, the best social communication innovation award, Best Social Responsibility Report Award, Best Environmental Information Disclosure Award, Best Community Relations Award, Best Overseas Communication Practice Award, and Industry Special Transparency Special Contribution Award.
 

 

 

On December 18, 2016, the 4th Annual Conference on Sustainable Competitiveness of Chinese Enterprises was held at the National Convention Center. With the theme of “‘social responsibility+' to promote enterprise innovation and upgrading”, this year's annual conference will explore how to transform and upgrade enterprises through social responsibility management innovation under the background of increasing downward pressure on the economy and urgent demand for innovation.
For the first time, the conference used the concept of “social responsibility +” and hoped to promote the full integration of social responsibility management with current economic and social development. The guests discussed the topic of “social responsibility + sustainable competitiveness”, “social responsibility + communication innovation”, “social responsibility + overseas community relations” and other hot topics. The meeting released the "China Corporate Public Transparency Report (2016-2017) NO.3", which is the third consecutive year that the conference released the China Top 200 Enterprise Transparency Report.
The conference held the China Top 200 Corporate Transparency Awarding Ceremony for 41 companies including China Mobile, China FAW, Tencent, Dongfeng Motor Corporation, Chinalco, China Construction, China Southern Power Grid, Taiyuan Iron and Steel, China CRRC, and China Development Bank. The Public Transparency Model Award, the Best Social Communication Innovation Award, the Best Social Responsibility Report Award, the Best Environmental Information Disclosure Award, the Best Community Relations Award, and the Best Overseas Communication Practice Award were presented.