The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Corporate Citizenship Center last night recognized eight companies for their accomplishments in corporate citizenship during the 16th annual Corporate Citizenship Awards. The awards program honors businesses for their significant positive impacts in communities around the world.
The countdown is officially on for the 2015 Corporate Citizenship Conference, in Washington, DC on October 5-7. This year's event, Connect the Dots: How Businesses Solve Global Challenges Locally will convene today's top business experts and innovators. Speakers will focus on how businesses build engagements that align local impact to global strategy and will showcase successful business examples.
Daymond John, Founder & CEO, FUBU; Star, ABC's Shark Tank; CEO, Shark Branding, will explore the role of entrepreneurship in developing business impact around the world at Connect the Dots: How Businesses Solve Global Challenges Locally.
John will join other top business leaders to discuss how the private sector can be a leading force in addressing the world's challenges across the globe. But no single business can do it alone. Time is running out, sign up today to be a part of the discussion and connect with the best minds in the corporate citizenship sphere.
The world has many multifaceted challenges that require complex solutions. This is no easy task. No cure-all or one-size-fits-all solution exists, but there are innovations, partnerships, and strategies that create a lasting impact for communities around the world.
As part of the pre-conference programming for Connect the Dots: How Businesses Solve Global Challenges Locally, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation is hosting four free workshops on October 5. Each of the four workshops will take a deep dive into specific issues with experts offering best practices, skill-building exercises, and more.