(2013) COMMIT!Forum Announces Agenda: Speakers Include Eliot Spitzer and GRI's Herman Mulder

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(2013) COMMIT!Forum Announces Agenda: Speakers Include Eliot Spitzer and GRI's Herman Mulder

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Thursday, August 15, 2013 - 12:30pm

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Join us at the 2013 COMMIT!Forum on October 8th-9th at the New York Marriott Downtown in New York City. 

This year's program will bring more than 700 business and sustainability leaders together to share their insights on how to improve the role of business in society and how corporate responsibility and sustainability drives sales, saves money and improves asset values.

Featured sessions at this year's event include:
- Keynote Address: Eliot Spitzer, The Sheriff Of Wall Street
- Keynote Address: Herman Mulder, Global Reporting Initiative
- Q&A with James J. Murren, MGM Resorts International
- How to Build Your Next Generation of Leadership
- Employee Engagement 2.0: Taking Volunteerism to Another Level
- How Businesses Are Restoring Trust and Being Rewarded
- Weighing the Risks and Opportunities of Collaboration
- Measuring Brand Engagement with ESG Overlay
- Brand Management: Where CSR & Shareholder Value Intersect
- Responsible Brand Management in the Era of Social Networking
- Supply Chain Responsibility – What is the Future?
- Unlocking the Freight Supply Chain to Reduce Carbon and Costs
- Building Trust & Better Data Through Third Party Verification
- Social Responsibility in the Alcoholic Beverage Industry
- Shared Responsibility: An Exclusive CEO Roundtable

Click here to view the this year's conference agenda.

For more information on this event please visit www.COMMITForum.com.

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CAMPAIGN: COMMIT!Forum

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