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Sustainability Stakeholder Engagement

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Sustainability Stakeholder Engagement

Time: September 14, 2009 to September 15, 2009
Location: New York
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Event Type: conference
Latest Activity: Aug 18, 2009

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Dear Colleague,

How can companies boost their sustainability credentials with multi-stakeholders? This is the central question to be answered at our Sustainability Stakeholder Engagement event this September 14-15 in NYC.

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Hear from experts in stakeholder engagement including representatives from:

Benjamin Moore * Nestle Waters * AFL-CIO * Sierra Club * Seventh Generation * ITT * Max Gladwell * Sprint * SAP * Environmental Defense Fund * The Brand Architect * Virgance * MeadWestvaco * Sharp * Climate Counts * Wallace Partners * Trucost * Future500 * NFL * The Stakeholder Score * Corporate Citizenship * and more

Join this select community of senior corporate sustainability professionals to discuss:

*Building your green brand equity with employees, shareholders, customers and NGOs
*Prioritizing and identifying stakeholders and their influence
*Using social media to engage various groups on sustainability issues
*Engaging hard-to-reach and reluctant groups
*Boosting your sustainability credibility with communities worldwide

Sustainability Stakeholder Engagement will chart a course for the next generation stakeholder communication strategies necessary for a sustainable corporate America. Drawing on real-world examples from insightful corporates and major stakeholder groups, this conference will highlight best practices in the complexities of multi-stakeholder sustainability engagement.

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