NEW YORK, Oct. 11 /PRNewswire/ --
- Will having corporate sustainability performance information on your iPhone change CSR reporting forever?
- Will non-financial disclosures become mandatory in the United States?
- How has mobile technology changed the way social enterprises raise money?
- Can online gaming be used to educate employees on sustainability?
- Does crowdsourcing actually work as a tool for driving innovation?
- What are the best listening platforms for monitoring what people are saying about your brand?
- Is your company going to be the target of the next Greenpeace campaign?
These questions and many more will be discussed at Social Media, Technology, and Change in New York City on November 1, 2010. Beyond great presentations, you'll be joined by senior executives from companies including:
Advanced Micro Devices, Agroamerica, Barclays, African Medical and Research Foundation, BoucherMedia, Brown-Forman , Burson-Marsteller, Burt's Bees, Business for Social Responsibility, Charity:Water, Case Foundation, Citigroup, Cognizant, Cohn & Wolfe, Cone Inc., Danisco, Dell, Earthwatch Institute, EcoAlign, Framework CR, Google, Greenpeace, groSolar, Humana Inc., JC Penney, Legg Mason, LexisNexis, Maternova, McDonalds, Moxy Vote, Natura International, Nokia, Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide, Oxfam America, Panera Bread, Pepsico, Pfizer, PKG Industries, Redemetech, S Dialogue, LLC, Singlebrook Technology, The NBA, Travelocity, Tucson Electric Power, USDA, Warner Brothers Pictures, Works Design and more.
Visit www.socialmediacsr.com to purchase tickets and enter discount code "Justmeans" by Friday October 15th at 5:00 p.m. to receive $100 off of registration. Or contact Deb Berman at 917-326-8944 or firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about group pricing information. See you on November 1st!
Special thanks to our sponsors Cabot Creamery and Kaiser Permanente.