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Time to Fly: Our Picks for Fall 2018 Events

by Dave Armon, CMO, 3BL Media
Blog

The Great Recession a decade ago was generally a pretty turbulent period for American businesses, workers and consumers.

There is one thing I miss dearly, though, and it’s top of mind as I return to the office the day after a long Labor Day holiday to plan my fall travel schedule.

JetBlue knew that sales of airline seats plummet each year between Labor Day and Thanksgiving, with a little upsurge for the three-day Columbus Day weekend and the Jewish High Holidays. Otherwise, the fall is crickets for the U.S. airline industry.

Top Four Reasons to Attend a CSR or Sustainability Conference This Fall

By Dave Armon, 3BL Media CMO
Blog

Professional development events exist for just about every career, and they’ve been around since Thomas Edison held his first, “How to Change a Light Bulb” seminar for aspiring electricians (attendees earned 10 CEU credits and went home with some nice tsotchkes).

For the growing number of corporate and nonprofit professionals focused on social impact and sustainability initiatives, there is more choice in fall 2016 than ever before for events aimed at showcasing successful programs and the brands that made them happen. 

#Convene4Change: Lessons From the Social Good Summit

How Do We Convene Change?
Article

By Alicia Bonner Ness

This is part III in a series of articles by the editor of The New Global Citizen on insights gained at the Social Good Summit. Read part I and part II.

Fostering Connections: Lessons from the 2013 Social Good Summit

How Do We Connect the World?
Article

By Alicia Ness

This is part II in a series of articles by the editor of The New Global Citizen on insights gained at the Social Good Summit. Read part I and part III.

#2030NOW

That was the title of this year’s Social Good Summit (SGS). Their hashtag hung, illuminated by a scrim, behind every speaker and panel on the SGS stage.

Measuring Progress: Lessons from the 2013 Social Good Summit

How do we measure progress?
Article

By Alicia Ness

This is the first in a series of articles by the editor of The New Global Citizen on insights gained at the Social Good Summit. Read part II and part III.

The Internet of Everything Meets Social Good

by Jennifer Barr
Blog

The growth of the Internet is resulting in a wave of new online tools that allow for increasingly more interactions between people, process, data, and things. For many years Cisco has used the power of the Internet to make a positive difference in the world.  With the spread of the Internet of Everything, we are collaborating more with other people and organizations to multiply our impact. That is why we are sponsoring, speaking at, and attending the UN Foundation’s Social Good Summit supported by Mashable, this week in New York City.

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