International Corporate Citizenship Conference 2010: "Corporate Citizenship: Winning a Seat at the Table"

  • Dates:
    Apr 11 - 13, 2010
  • Event Type:
    Conference

Organized By

Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship

Contact Information

Emily Weiner
Conference Producer
617.552.8045
weiner3@bc.edu
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Each year the Center hosts an International Corporate Citizenship Conference that draws hundreds of professionals from around the world. Leading policy makers from the largest domestic and international corporations attend: managers of corporate citizenship and community involvement, public relations, public affairs, contributions, communications, work/life issues, and other professionals responsible for community and business strategies.

Join us at the 2010 International Corporate Citizenship Conference where you will:

  • Hear inspiring keynote speakers
  • Learn about the latest trends, best practices and research
  • Participate with peers contributing relevant insights on shared challenges
  • Be in good company with 500 of the leading corporate citizenship doers, thinkers and influencers

What can I expect to get out of the conference?

Premiere networking: Connect with professionals from leading corporations, diverse industries and geographic regions. Exchange ideas, experiences and challenges with a knowledgeable and committed network of corporate citizenship experts.

Valuable tools and frameworks: Through interactive sessions, participants will learn new methods and techniques to help build their organization's capacity for developing integrated corporate citizenship strategies and programs.

Access to cutting edge research: Visit our In Good Company Salon and:

  • Learn about current education and research initiatives.
  • Collect the latest Center publications and research reports.
  • Connect with Boston College Center staff to access case studies, best practice learning and presentations from both the Center and leading corporations.
  • Learn from your peers and share challenges in a more intimate setting throughout the conference.

Who should attend the conference?
Participants are responsible for their company's community and business strategies and typically represent more than 250 companies, traveling from more than a dozen countries.

Please note that registration is open exclusively to corporate citizenship practitioners inside of companies. Nonprofits, consultants, media, students and academics are not typically part of our participant mix unless they are a content partner. If you have questions about your eligibility to attend the conference or would like to request special consideration, please contact our conference producer, Emily Weiner at weinere@bc.edu.

Attendees' areas of responsibility may include:

 

Cause Marketing   Corporate Foundations   Reputation Management
Communications   Marketing   Investor Relations
Community Relations   Government Affairs   Operations
Corporate Contributions   Human Resources   Public Relations
Corporate Social Responsibility   Environment, Health & Safety   Public/Community/External Affairs

Event Detail

Highlights

Each year the Center hosts an International Corporate Citizenship Conference that draws hundreds of professionals from around the world. Leading policy makers from the largest domestic and international corporations attend: managers of corporate citizenship and community involvement, public relations, public affairs, contributions, communications, work/life issues, and other professionals responsible for community and business strategies.

Join us at the 2010 International Corporate Citizenship Conference where you will:

  • Hear inspiring keynote speakers
  • Learn about the latest trends, best practices and research
  • Participate with peers contributing relevant insights on shared challenges
  • Be in good company with 500 of the leading corporate citizenship doers, thinkers and influencers

What can I expect to get out of the conference?

Premiere networking: Connect with professionals from leading corporations, diverse industries and geographic regions. Exchange ideas, experiences and challenges with a knowledgeable and committed network of corporate citizenship experts.

Valuable tools and frameworks: Through interactive sessions, participants will learn new methods and techniques to help build their organization's capacity for developing integrated corporate citizenship strategies and programs.

Access to cutting edge research: Visit our In Good Company Salon and:

  • Learn about current education and research initiatives.
  • Collect the latest Center publications and research reports.
  • Connect with Boston College Center staff to access case studies, best practice learning and presentations from both the Center and leading corporations.
  • Learn from your peers and share challenges in a more intimate setting throughout the conference.

Who should attend the conference?
Participants are responsible for their company's community and business strategies and typically represent more than 250 companies, traveling from more than a dozen countries.

Please note that registration is open exclusively to corporate citizenship practitioners inside of companies. Nonprofits, consultants, media, students and academics are not typically part of our participant mix unless they are a content partner. If you have questions about your eligibility to attend the conference or would like to request special consideration, please contact our conference producer, Emily Weiner at weinere@bc.edu.

Attendees' areas of responsibility may include:

 

Cause Marketing   Corporate Foundations   Reputation Management
Communications   Marketing   Investor Relations
Community Relations   Government Affairs   Operations
Corporate Contributions   Human Resources   Public Relations
Corporate Social Responsibility   Environment, Health & Safety   Public/Community/External Affairs