CHICAGO, March 4, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- On March 10, hear from a panel of executive leaders on the ways businesses can go beyond policies, and embrace practices and products that turn a profit in today's purpose-driven consumer culture.
Consumers increasingly care about where their products come from, how they are made, and the story behind the brands they place their trust in. They are not just talking about it; increasingly they are acting on it. As responsible consumption sales grow, moving from marketing to consumers to mattering to people – in an interdependent yet fragile world – can only be done when values and responsibility are embedded into organizations. Linking business with purpose and engaging stakeholders on this journey has never been more important.
- Leadership Circle Program: Thurs., March 10, 2016
Mesirow Financial, James Tyree Auditorium, 353 N. Clark St., Chicago, IL
Registration and Networking: 5:00 p.m.; Panel Discussion: 5:30 - 7:00 p.m.; Post-Program Networking: 7:00 - 7:30 p.m.
- Gina Boswell, General Manager, Unilever UK & Ireland
- Mike Johannsen, Senior Vice President & General Manager, Nalco, an Ecolab Company
- Trish Lukasik, Senior Vice President & Chief Customer Officer, PepsiCo, North American Nutrition
- Thea Polancic, Founder & Chair, Conscious Capitalism, Chicago Chapter
Gold Sponsors: BMO Harris Bank, Baker & McKenzie, Edelman and Mesirow Financial
Silver Sponsors: The Private Bank and Sanchez, Daniels & Hoffman LLP
About The Executives' Club of Chicago:
The Executives' Club of Chicago is the city's premier membership and networking organization focused on senior executives networking, development and innovation. The Club serves as a platform for executives to build relationships, share ideas, develop new business opportunities and participate in world-class programming. The Club helps executives with their personal and professional development and prepares the next generation of business leaders for success. For more information, visit www.ExecutivesClub.org.
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