Date: 10.05.11, 09:00AM – 10.06.11, 09:00PM ET
Location:U.S. Chamber Headquarters, Washington, D.C.
Sponsor:U.S. Chamber's Business Civic Leadership Center
2011 Global Corporate Citizenship Conference
Adding Value in Emerging Markets and Local Communities
Business Leaders Are Here to Discuss Their Strategies and Lessons
Brad Smith, General Counsel and Executive Vice President, Legal and Corporate Affairs Microsoft Corporation
Brad Smith will discuss the importance of partnerships between the public sector, private sector and NGOs to address the opportunity divide facing youth in local communities around the world.
Jason Saul, Author of Social Innovation Inc. and Founder Mission Measurement Sought-after author
Jason Saul will present on the importance of measuring the value of CSR and how companies can monetize their social impact.
Ed Martin, Marketing Excellence and CSR Insights The Hershey Company
Ed Martin has had many years of experience in the private sector working in emerging markets and will share his thoughts on how to leverage marketing research to learn about communities' needs and leverage core functions to solve challenges.
Bo Miller, Global Director, Corporate Citizenship The Dow Chemical Company
As the co-chair of BCLC's Global Corporate Citizenship program, Bo Miller's vision for economic and social development in emerging markets has guided BCLC as well as his own company, Dow. Bo will lead a discussion on deploying business skill sets to solve community challenge and also release BCLC's Business for Good Map.
Talya Bosch, Director, Corporate Social Responsibility Western Union
Few companies have as direct a reach into the economics of emerging markets as Western Union. Talya Bosch will discuss how her company has works with local subsidiaries to understand community needs and leverage their core functions to provide social services to clients and communities.
The Highlights Continue: The "Adding Value" conference (Twitter: #addingvaluecsr, #globalcsrconf) is dedicated to advancing how the private sector creates new approaches to international engagement, putting community and market development at the forefront of their agendas.
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