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Announcing the 2013 International Corporate Citizenship Conference -- Register now and save $300

Posted by Tim Wilson on Oct 23, 2012 7:46:40 AM

Effective corporate citizenship creates opportunity for business, stakeholders, and the community. The 2013 International Corporate Citizenship Conference in Boston, April 21-23, 2013, will help you build the knowledge it takes to recognize opportunity and act on it.

Recent research by Boston College reveals that more than 80 percent of top executives acknowledge that environmental, social, and governance investments create financial value for their companies. Conference keynote speakers, workshops, and breakout sessions will provide data and case studies that support this executive perspective.

Register today and you will:

  • Network with peers and other corporate citizenship experts
  • Learn about the latest trends, best practices, and research
  • Listen to inspiring speakers
  • Leave with new tools, skills, and concepts

Conference attendees represent a variety of business functions, including corporate citizenship, community relations, sustainability, communications, external affairs and human resources. Join us in Boston with 650 corporate citizenship leaders and thinkers from top companies including The Travelers Companies, Inc., Altria, CSX, Huntington National Bank and Target.

Your conference opportunities begin when you register. Become a member of our exclusive online community and engage with other attendees before meeting them in April.

Don’t miss this opportunity. Register by December 17, 2012, to save $300.

Updates to our agenda happen regularly. For the latest information and to secure your seat, please visit:

www.CorporateCitizenshipConference.com

Topics: Corporate Citizenship, Membership, Conference, Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship

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