Justmeans 2012 Social Innovation Awards to be Held in Conjunction with the 2012 Ceres Conference this April in Boston

Nov 28, 2011 3:23 PM ET
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(3BL Media /theCSRfeed) Northampton, MA - November 28, 2011 - Once a year for the last 20 years, hundreds of visionary business and thought leaders, policy makers, investors, and nonprofits ambassadors gather to discuss the current and state and future goals of sustainable business. And this year, Justmeans is proud to promote social innovation as well through the 2012 Social Innovation Awards, being held concurrently with the Ceres Conference 2012 in Boston, MA.

The Justmeans Social Innovation Awards exist to honor the global leaders from the business and nonprofit sectors that are tackling global issues through social innovation and Justmeans’s mission is to help companies and leading nonprofits distinguish themselves in the realm of sustainability. Ceres’s mission is to integrate sustainability into day-to-day business practices for the health of the planet and its people. Having these two events side-by-side provides a perfect opportunity to showcase leadership and innovation in sustainability.

Justmeans is excited to announce that the ceremony honoring this year’s leaders in social innovation will be held on April 25, at 8:30pm in Boston, MA, the opening day of the Ceres Conference. The awards will recognize leaders in the following categories:

Best Social Investment Strategy

Best Employee Engagement Strategy

Best Use of New Media

Best Online Report

Best Integrated Report

Best Stakeholder Engagement

Best Product Design

Best Incorporation of Ethical Sourcing/Certification

Most Strategic Use of Philanthropic Funds

Best Sustainability Performance

For more information on the Social Innovation Awards, please click here or visit www.socialinnovationawards.com. You can also connect with Justmeans on Facebook or Twitter.  

For more information on the Ceres conference, other featured events, or to subscribe to Ceres’s newsletter, please click here or visit www.ceres.org.