I look forward to hearing about Nature vs. Nurture, game-changing technologies, new expectations and implications of the hyper-connected consumer, innovation, disruption, CSR vs. ROI, sustainability, economic policies and much more.
I will chronicle the conversations I hear and those I participate in with the event having over 700 influential founders, executives, investors, bloggers, business owners, technologists, artists, educators and foundations changing the face of business today.
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New and powerful voices are emerging within America’s business community willing to advocate for sustainable and progressive policies. These ‘triple bottom line’ companies and business associations are educating policymakers and the media on how sustainability is good for business, the economy and society. From clean energy to affordable health care, domestic manufacturing, campaign finance, and tax reform, business leaders are supporting sustainable economic policies. This session features business leaders actively engaged in the policy process at the federal, state, and municipal level. Join us for a lively discussion about how businesses can support laws and regulations that create new market opportunities and jobs while accounting for social and environmental impacts.
Elena Christopoulos, Executive Director, Green Chamber of Commerce
Richard Eidlin, Policy Director, American Sustainable Business Council
Fri, 03/16/2012 – 10:30am – 12:00pm