April 24, 2014

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CSR Event

Boston College's 2013 International Corporate Citizenship Conference

Organizer: Center for Corporate Citizenship at Boston College

Date: 04.21.13, 09:00AM – 04.23.13, 04:00PM ET

Location:Boston

Sponsor:Center for Corporate Citizenship at Boston College

Website: www.bcccc.net/index.cfm?pageId=2432&utm_source=...

This year’s conference theme – Designing Opportunity – emphasizes corporate citizenship's potential for fueling innovation and growth. Boston College research and the practice of leading companies show that linking citizenship activities to core business strategy can lead to new products, expanded markets, a more engaged workforce, improved relationships in the community, and, ultimately, a stronger financial performance of the firm.

This year’s conference speakers will provide insights, proven success stories, and practical takeaways that focus on how corporate citizenship can design opportunities.

Attendees will learn new practices that add value to programs and contribute to a collaborative and creative process. In addition, they will have the opportunity to participate in breakout sessions related to the following topics:

  • Small is Mighty: Corporate Citizenship for SMEs
  • Consumer Engagement
  • Co-opetition: Innovation through partnerships
  • Engaging Employees from the Baby Boomers to the Millennials
  • Reputation, Branding, and Corporate Citizenship
  • Profile of the Professionals: What it Takes to Lead From Wherever you Sit
  • Reducing your Carbon Footprint: How low should you go?
  • Building Healthy and Sustainable Communities
  • Trends and Best Practices in Corporate Volunteering

Unlike other conferences, this event is open only to corporate managers. This ensures an environment where practitioners can exchange ideas, experiences, and challenges with a knowledgeable and committed network of corporate citizenship peers from leading corporations, diverse industries and regions.

If you are a corporate manager dedicated to corporate citizenship we invite you to register today for Boston College’s 2013 International Corporate Citizenship Conference!

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Center for Corporate Citizenship at Boston College

 

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