The BSR Conference 2015: Resilient Business, Resilient World

The BSR Conference 2015: Resilient Business, Resilient World

In today’s era of fundamental change—with financial, political, environmental, technological, and social conditions evolving at warp speed—business is being reshaped globally. Only the resilient will survive and grow.

But what makes a resilient business? And how can business contribute to a resilient world?

Through innovation and collaboration, business can position itself—as well as individuals, communities, and economies—to thrive. Resilient businesses can withstand climate change, navigate economic turbulence, anticipate shifting cultural dynamics, and help deliver prosperity for all people. Join us at the BSR Conference 2015 to develop a resilient future for business—and the wider world.

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Insurance Company CEO Highlights Resilience at the BSR Conference 2015
In a plenary address at the BSR Conference 2015, Henri de Castries, Chairman and CEO of insurance company AXA, explored how resilience can help build a better world. "Yes, it's true that the world is becoming more and more unpredictable," said de Castries. "But never have we had solutions at our disposal. Large companies can...
Nov 4, 2015 3:30 PM ET
All the Ways to Follow the #BSR15 Conference
Tomorrow, we’re kicking off the BSR Conference 2015 in San Francisco with a plenary session at 5 p.m. PST featuring BSR President and CEO Aron Cramer, BSR Board Chairman and former Natura CEO ...
Nov 2, 2015 8:00 AM ET
Don't Miss Your Chance to Save on the BSR Conference 2015
Don’t forget: In just a short time, BSR Conference 2015 rates go up. Register before September 30 to save. #BSR15 Plenary Line Up ...
Sep 21, 2015 9:00 AM ET
The Business Case for the BSR Conference 2015
With many of us facing heavy workloads and tight budgets, every decision matters. If you’re hoping to attend the BSR Conference 2015 but need to...
Sep 17, 2015 1:00 PM ET
Nine Reasons to Go Back to School: Introducing BSR University
We all felt it on the final day of our family vacation last week in the Pacific Northwest—that first unmistakable tinge of fall in the air, despite the warm weather. Coupled with angst-ridden discussions among the kids about potential teacher assignments, reality set in: It’s back-to-school time.   In the working...
Aug 31, 2015 12:00 PM ET

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