Sunday, September 9, 2018

Event - 3BL Forum: Brands Taking Stands - The Long View

3BL Forum, formerly COMMIT!Forum will take place on October 23 – 25, 2018 in Oxon Hill, MD. There will be two days of speakers, panelists, conversations and interviews. This is an annual event bringing a diverse group of business, policy and NGO leaders together to share insights, advance best practices and workshop forward-thinking solutions to the most pressing sustainability challenges of our time.

3BL Forum is produced by 3BL Media, the world's leading communications partner for purpose-driven organizations. Learn more about 3BL Media here.

The 3BL Forum is attended by brands taking stands. It provides corporate responsibility professionals with opportunities to engage and share best practices on integrating corporate responsibility into their overall business strategy; risks and rewards of companies taking stands; communicating to internal and external stakeholders; innovations and what's on the horizon. The Forum is designed to bring you insights, access and case studies through one:one interviews, panel discussions and round table conversations along with networking opportunities.

Over 300 business and corporate responsibility leaders registered for the 2017 event. The titles of attendees include: CEO, Chief Sustainability/Corporate Responsibility Officer, President, Chief Operations Officer, Executive Vice President. More than 100 companies, NGOs and service providers were represented at the 2017 event and coverage of the Forum reached over 94,000 users on social media

The agenda will address the following themes:
  • Corporate Responsibility No Longer Optional: ‘Best in Class’
  • Innovation and Business Practices Leadership Requirements: The Corporate Vision
  • Voice and Influence Tilting on the Fulcrum: Balancing Short Termism with the Long View
  • Corporate Responsibility Brand vs. Corporate Brand
  • From Measurement to Meaning: The Timestamp of Corporate Responsibility Outcomes
  • Emerging Issues
Click here to register.

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