Wiley Challenges Industry To Commit To A Better Future

Wiley encourages industry to play the role of custodians of the planet and embrace a future focused mindset.

“A society grows great when old men grow trees whose shade they know they shall never sit in”

We have today launched The Better Future Video (www.thebetterfuturevideo.com) in Sydney, created to shine light on the age-old conundrum; how do we make the world a better place? Wiley have put forward the challenge to industry to commit to a better future.

There is an growing demand for sensible action to protect our environment. We need close relationships between community, business, and truly great leaders who actively and positively carve the way to a better future. A collective approach means holistic action—sitting together to innovate and create change and get the future right for the generations to come.

This collective approach is bringing us together to think holistically about the world, to encourage business, the government and individuals to strive to make a difference and leave behind a better future for generations to come.

As custodians of the planet, when you consider this in the context of your business, your industry, your life, your family…. what legacy will you leave behind?

Wiley Managing Director, Tom Wiley said, “Why we are in business and the way we go about it are very important to us at Wiley. We seek out ways to live and honour what we value. This video has given us a platform to share with the world the great opportunities and challenges our planet faces. It is up to every one of us to step up and find a better way. Let’s get the future right together – it’s not ours to get wrong“.

“An awesome future requires everyone in every suburb, town, city, state and country to maintain a future focus, so together we can create a better future,” he said.

We collaborate with our clients to get the future right; for their business, for their industry, for their community and for their children.

Together is better, so let’s get the future right together – it’s not ours to get wrong.