BrownFlynn to Facilitate Exclusive, Pre-Conference GRI Workshop at COMMIT!Forum

Sep 23, 2011 6:00 PM ET

(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) Cleveland, OH - September 23, 2011 - BrownFlynn is pleased to announce it is facilitating an exclusive, pre-conference workshop on the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) as part of the COMMIT!Forum, presented by Corporate Responsibility Magazine and NYSE Euronext. The Forum will be held at the Javits Center in New York City on September 26-27. 

Did you know? 76% of CR Magazine’s ‘100 Best Corporate Citizens’ report their environmental, social and governance (ESG) impacts using the GRI.
All 50 seats of the workshop have been filled, which will take place from 8:00am-12:00pm EST on September 26. The workshop will provide participants with the framework, benefits and best practices of non-financial reporting according to the GRI G3.1 Guidelines.

The workshop is also designed to help organizations:

  • focus their sustainability management efforts

  • leverage the GRI reporting framework beyond producing a report

  • utilize GRI tools to determine relevant report topics and subsequent data

  • identify requirements for a GRI report at different application levels

  • benefit from increased transparency

BrownFlynn is excited and honored to be a part of this unique gathering of business and thought leaders from around the world. If you were not able to get a seat in our workshop, please stop by our booth and learn more about our services.

About BrownFlynn
Founded in January 1996, BrownFlynn is a leading, award-winning corporate responsibility and sustainability firm. The Firm advises Fortune 500 and privately held companies on how to integrate responsible practices into their business strategies and how to communicate these practices internally and externally for bottom-line impact. BrownFlynn conducts workshops, webinars and on-site trainings to educate companies on sustainability strategies, trends and reporting. BrownFlynn is the first U.S.- certified training partner for the Global Reporting Initiative. To learn more, visit or