Considering all that we have experienced over the past 18 months, we are definitely at an inflection point when it comes to the business community deciding what role it has in pursuing social good. More companies have realized they have no choice but to speak out, and even take action, on some of the most volatile political and social issues of our time.
For three fast-paced and dynamic days, 3BL Forum will convene C-suite executives, business leaders, and corporate responsibility and sustainability professionals to share insights about the challenges they face and their response to our new era of corporate activism.
While our hot summer will soon come to an end, the evolution of corporate responsibility into corporate advocacy shows no sign of cooling.
3BL Forum is the pivotal event in fall 2018 to examine the Brands Taking Stands movement from the perspective of executives from CR, Sustainability, HR, Marketing, Communications, Human Resources, Foundation, Investor Relations and the C-suite.
We sat down with Sara Hickman to discuss the importance of equitable communities and how recent technology advancements are making it easier to build with intention and impact. Sara is the Sustainability Director/Senior Associate for RDC-S111, Inc., the holding company of brands, Retail Design Collaborative and Studio One Eleven.
For three fast-paced and dynamic days, 3BL Forum: Brands Taking Stands™ – The Long Viewwill showcase corporate voices on bridging the divide between investor relations and corporate responsibility, the 'why' and 'how' behind corporate decision-making on corporate responsibility, sustainability, and when to take a stand.
Dave Armon, CMO of 3BL Media will lead a discussion around the ABCs of building a first-class company culture
NEW YORK, August 22, 2018 /3BL Media/ – 3BL Media Chief Marketing Officer Dave Armon will lead a discussion Sept. 6 in New York City on steps that purpose-drive companies like Eileen Fisher and Pfizer are taking to emphasize corporate culture and environment as a top priority among traditional employee benefit offerings.
Expansion of leadership team and regional models shepherd in the next generation of pro bono
NEW YORK, June 4, 2018 /3BL Media/ — Common Impact, a national nonprofit that pioneered corporate skills-based volunteering is expanding its leadership team and introducing new regional models to meet the growing demand of companies who are integrating social and environmental outcomes into their core business practices. Skills-based volunteering has risen in popularity, with CECP research reporting that now more than 54% of companies host a formal program. Companies use skills-based volunteering to engage and develop their employe