Readers, excuse the advert, but the blog is free so commercially-related messages are sometimes inevitable. This may also be of interest I hope.
If you are based in the US, and would like to meet some of the leading players in sustainable business, we're bringing them together on June 28-29 to debate some of the most important topics.
• How to embed CSR in your organisation with a focus on getting buy in from employees that yields real behaviour change
• How to work with NGOs, industry associations and even competitors to enhance CSR and sustainability
• What Rio+20 meant for business: Significant announcements and trends will be analysed
• How to make progress towards a robust and ethically sourced supply in the wake of Dodd Frank Act and California Transparency in Supply Chains law.
• The business case in numbers for social investment and community outreach: The material benefit of social investment initiatives such as education investment in the local community
• How to start to engage consumers on sustainability and deliver real behaviour change
On June 28-29 in New York, We'll be discussing all this with some of the leading figures in US responsible business, such as:
Dave Stangis, VP of CSR and Sustainability, Campbell Soup
Cristina Amorim, VP of Environmental Health Safety and Citizenship, Life Technologies
Mark Newton, VP Corporate Responsibility, Timberland
Kindley Walsh Lawlor, VP of Social and Environmental Responsibility, GAP
Beth Shiroishi, VP of Sustainability & Philanthropy, AT&T
Gabi Zedlmayer, VP, Sustainability and Social Innovation, HP
Kathryn C. Brown, SVP Public Policy Development and Corporate Responsibility, Verizon
Find out more, here.
I hope some of you can join us.