225 Baker Street NW
Atlanta, GA 30313
8:00 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2013
Kids | Family
Creating Shared Value: Powering Profits, Benefiting Society
Purchase your ticket to join Womenetics and global thought leaders for a half-day conference as we explore creating shared value (CSV), the concept that is changing the way companies all over the world approach business, innovation and social responsibility. Tweet about attending this event using the hashtag #WomeneticsGWI and be entered into a drawing to receive an additional ticket for a friend.
Economies in limbo, diminishing natural resources and hazards to our physical well-being are among the challenges facing the global community. And, women are often disproportionately affected by these kinds of critical issues. Solutions can be found through collaborative efforts of all sectors, but especially by harnessing the power of business.
Women in business can accelerate the charge to adopt CSV practices internally. This year’s conference will feature three panel discussions focused on areas where shared value business opportunities and triple bottom line outcomes can transform communities and enhance lives: Health, Sustainability and Economic Development. The event will also feature keynote conversations with two dynamic women who are at the forefront of creating change: innovation expert Debra Dunn in Atlanta and global health leader Helene Gayle in Chicago.
Industry leaders like Nestle, Hewlett Packard, The Coca-Cola Company, Heinz, GE and Intercontinental Hotel Group have embraced the shared value mindset with remarkable success.
WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND....
Learn about the powerful business trend adopted by leading global companies
Infuse your business pursuits with your passion for positive global change
Network with business executives from around the country
Connect your company with remarkable community organizations
Expand your perspective to a global view
Visit www.womenetics.com for more information
Registration begins promptly at 8:00 a.m, program starts at 8:30 a.m. Visit EventBrite.com for pricing.