Changemaker Speaker Series: Exploring Business Models as a Force for Good
Calling All Faculty! Please consider incorporating these events into your Spring syllabi (events happen during common exam hour!). Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in bringing students to the events. We also help with identifying related pre-readings, videos and follow-up reflection activities customized to your course. Twice per semester the Center for Social Innovation & Enterprise partners with Business Ethics faculty to bring innovative business leaders to campus for panel discussions which explore business models as a force for good. Guest speakers discuss new and emerging ideas.
February 25 | 12:40-2:00 PM | Granite State Room, MUB
Mission-Driven Business Models: A Movement Towards an Inclusive & Equitable Economy
Leaders from NH companies ReVision Energy, W.S. Badger and CCA Global will discuss new and emerging ideas about employee ownership, cooperatives and Benefit Corporations, governance and ownership approaches which can help reduce income and wealth inequality and facilitate a more transparent and ethical form of capitalism in ways that benefit society broadly.
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April 21 | 12:40-2:00 PM | Granite State Room, MUB
Culture Eats Strategy for Breakfast: Companies Taking Bold Action on Climate
Guest speakers from global companies such as Interface will discuss aligning bold new approaches to business that are radically changing corporate mindsets and reducing climate impact, while retaining market success and profitable growth.
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Thank you to our Lead Co-Host: Responsible Governance & Sustainable Citizenship Project/College of Liberal Arts
Thank you to our Co-Hosts: Carsey School of Public Policy, Peter T. Paul College of Business & Economics, Sustainability Institute