- 18 Dec 2014
It brought together people from business, academia, the public sector and civil society to share ideas and experiences relating to non-traditional forms of capital and their implications for businesses. There was a mix of talks, case studies and round-table discussions cutting across different types of capital and where they interact.
The theme for the events covered debates going beyond financial capital, into natural capital and monetary measurement, and how they have gained ground in work on corporate reporting and sustainability. We sought to explore natural capital but also to broaden discussions beyond this to other types of capital (e.g. human and social) and their interactions, as well as to investigate what is currently missing from the debate.
Autumn Statement 2014 Live (Grant Thornton UK)