Corporate Social Resonsibility (CSR)

In today’s rapidly changing world, companies' responsibilities extend far beyond the statutory obligation to comply with legislation. Corporations now must consider the wider impact that they have on customers, employees, shareholders, communities and the environment across all aspects of their operations.

Our CSR Forum attracts interest from across BritCham/CBBC's membership, from those working directly in a CSR-related field to those with a more personal interest in global and environmental issues. It looks at a wide range of areas including climate change, energy, development and sustainability.

To learn more or to join this forum, please email

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CSR Forum Chairs


Clare Pearson

Clare Pearson is Chair of the British Chamber of Commerce in China and the Corporate Social Responsibility Manager of international law firm DLA Piper in Asia. A UK-qualified lawyer, her role involves advising clients on issues relating to corporate governance, supply chain management, and environmental degradation.

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Kiran Patel has been living in China since 2004 and is currently the Marketing & Communications Director of LehmanBrown International Accountants. He is very proactive in British Chamber activities, active in the business community and has a strong interest in promoting CSR, which has seen him getting active in organising the British Ball and being elected to co-chair the CSR Forum.