Sunday, October 12, 2014

Event - Companies and Causes Canada Conference: Top 5 Reasons to Attend

The inaugural Companies & Causes Canada conference will take place on October 28, 2014 in Toronto. There are a number of good reasons to attend this event including the speaker lineup (see bottom of the post) and the informative plenary sessions (see the bottom of the post).

Countdown of the Top 5 Reasons To Attend

#5: A phenomenal faculty including John Coyne of Unilever Canada (probably THE most-mentioned company when it comes to best-in-class corporate citizenship programs), Aria Finger of (your energy level is guaranteed to skyrocket after experiencing her high-octane remarks) and Jill Schnarr of TELUS (talk about a company that's fully integrated cause into their marketing strategy with amazing business and social impact) and many, many more (see the full line-up here).

#4: Content you care about including how to maximize those successful but ubiquitous at-cash programs (click here to hear a message from PUBLIC INC.'s Phil Haid about the panel he's moderating), employee engagement (one of the hottest and most requested topics in corporate citizenship) Click here for a message from Chris Jarvis of Realized Worth who will address this topic from the main stage.

#3: Smaller group breakout sessions where you'll get up-close and personal with a handful of panel discussions ranging from integrating sports and cause marketing to levering social media for social change. Click here to see all breakouts as well as the full program.

#2: Instant and structured networking at the very beginning of the day in the form of small Special Interest Groups, which will guarantee you'll see friendly faces as you move through the rest of the conference.

#1: Last, but never least, the amazing group of people that will surround you at the conference. Just think about how many people you'll meet personally, people who are speaking your language! Click here for a list of organizations that have registered already.

For general information click here, for the speaker lineup click here, for the plenary sessions click here.

To register click here.

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