Can Corporate Sustainability & Economic Growth Coexist?
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Boston College event convenes April 21-23 at Boston Marriott Copley Place
Submitted by: Center for Corporate Citizenship at Boston College
Posted: Nov 06, 2012 – 06:00 PM EST
BOSTON, Nov. 06 /CSRwire/ - For some, corporate citizenship is a part of risk management. But that approach discounts the upside business value of managing the opportunity side of corporate citizenship. Leading companies that link corporate citizenship to core business strategy and allow innovation to guide this alignment begin to realize benefits such as new products and markets, a more engaged workforce, improved relationships in the community, and, ultimately, strengthening the financial performance of the firm.
Our conference theme of Creating Opportunity, reflects an upside approach to corporate citizenship. When we convene in Boston, April 21-23, at the Boston Marriott Copley Place, conference speakers will provide insights, proven success stories, and practical takeaways for you that focus on how corporate citizenship can create opportunity and help your company:
Like the opportunities created by corporate citizenship, conference attendees span a variety of business functions, including corporate citizenship, community relations, sustainability, communications, external affairs and human resources. Join us in Boston with 650 corporate citizenship leaders and thinkers from top companies including New Balance, Pitney Bowes, Campbell Soup Company, TD Bank, and ARAMARK.
You can begin creating conference opportunities when you register. Become a member of our exclusive online community and engage with other attendees before meeting them in April.
Don’t miss this event. Register by December 17, 2012, to save $300.
Updates to our agenda happen regularly. For the latest information and to secure your seat, please visit the 2013 International Corporate Citizenship Conference website.
The Carroll School of Management Center for Corporate Citizenship at Boston College is a membership-based knowledge center. Founded in 1985, the Center has a history of leadership in corporate citizenship research and education. The Center engages 400 member companies and more than 10,000 individuals annually to share knowledge and expertise about the practice of corporate citizenship through the Center’s executive education programs, online community, regional programs, and its annual conference. For more information visit the Center’s website at www.BCCorporateCitizenship.org
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