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BSR Extends Deadline For Its Conference 2016 Registration



07/07/2016

BSR conference for the year of 2016 will be focussing on the toughest business issues that need to be dealt with if we are to create a sustainable future.


Dailycsr.com – 07 July 2016 – BSR heard your concerns! Therefore, those of you have missed “the BSR Conference 2016 early registration deadline” need not worry at all. Knowing the difficulties in meeting “summer deadlines”, BSR has extended their best rate registrations “through midnight on Friday, July 15”, whereby the persons registering would be saving up to “US$550”.
 
BSR extends its invitation:
“Don’t miss this opportunity to connect with your BSR network. More than 100 companies have already signed up—will you join them?”
 
The theme of “Be BOLD” will address the “toughest” business issues of our time, which includes the “challenges of building a sustainable future”. The said task is of “immense” magnitude; therefore it will demand “collaborative, innovative thinking from all sectors of society”.
 
BSR informs that one can find “substantial opportunities” for building sustainable and inclusive economy through “business leadership and partnerships”. In order to achieve the set goals, “we think big, and think bold”.
 
The BSR conference for the year of 2016, that will take place from the 1st of November to the 3rd of November 2016 at New York, will feature “compelling stories from companies, foundations, big thinkers, and creative doers who are making big bets in building a better world” in its agenda.
 
Here is a list of confirmed “plenary speakers”:
  • John Browne, Executive Chairman, L1 Energy;
  • Christiana Figueres, Executive Secretary, United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change;
  • Ken Powell, Chairman and CEO, General Mills;
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
References:
ethicalperformance.com