The 2009 Net Impact Conference will bring together the players behind the sustainable global enterprise movement, including sustainability and corporate responsibility practitioners, social entrepreneurs, and nonprofit leaders. What inspires them to challenge the status quo? What obstacles do they face? And what approaches have led them to success in changing the rules of the game?
Retreat to beautiful Ithaca, New York, with more than 2,000 professionals, MBAs, and other students to explore what it really takes for individuals and organizations to be changemakers, innovators, and problem solvers.
Join us November 13 - 14 in Ithaca, NY at The Johnson School at Cornell University to:
- Hear personal perspectives from cutting-edge leaders like Jeffrey Immelt, CEO of GE, and Seth Goldman, President and TeaEO of Honest Tea
- Connect with professionals and students with similar interests at intimately-structured networking events
- Gather best practices from over 350 speakers prepared to answer your difficult questions
The unparalleled energy of the Net Impact Conference will leave you inspired and equipped to make real change in your social or environmental impact career.
Who should attend?
The conference is designed for students and professionals interested using business skills for social and environmental change. The conference presents a wide range of topics from finance to social entrepreneurship to international development with speakers from the nonprofit and for-profit sectors.
What networking opportunities are available?
The conference includes a wide range of formal and informal networking opportunities, including small group dinners, cocktail receptions, discussion groups and workshops.