2013 Fall CEO Summit: Creating Shared Value
October 23, Harvard Club, Boston’s Back Bay
Business innovators, investors, and policy-makers convened at the Alliance’s 7th Annual Fall CEO Summit to investigate the concept of Shared Value Creation with thought leaders and real-world practitioners.
Read more about the day’s events:
Justin Bakule, Executive Director of the Shared Value Initiative, kicked off the Alliance’s 2013 Fall CEO Summit with a notion that may transform the business world from the ground up…
Deborah Leipziger defines Shared Value Creation as “leveraging business to address social issues.”
Boston candidates for mayor John Connolly and Marty Walsh each met with Alliance leaders at the Fall CEO Summit to share their vision for twenty-first century Boston.
Dr. Joshua Boger is a businessman — and a very successful one. But he based his career on a rejection of the notion that profit for stockholders must be the ultimate and only purpose for a business enterprise.
Massachusetts has been the land of innovation and business growth since early days, Senator Ed Markey told Alliance leaders, from the whaling industry to biotech…
Visit the following links for information from past Boston Summits:
2012: 6th Annual CEO Summit on Post-Election Forecast: What’s Next for Business Leaders?
CEOs, entrepreneurs, investors, and other top business leaders gathered on November 8 for an election post-mortem and strategy session, analyzing the 2012 election returns with a special focus on business, the economy, and social issues. Following the keynote address and industry panel, attendees helped develop the Alliance’s 2013 strategy in three key areas – Responsible Government, Health Promotion, and Workforce Development.
2011: Stepping Up - Business Leadership in America’s Next Economy
More than 175 CEOs, executives, investors, entrepreneurs, government officials and policy leaders gathered at UMass Boston for the 5th Annual Boston CEO Summit.
2010: 4th Annual CEO Summit on Business Leadership and Public Policy
Over 200 business leaders met at Bentley University on Friday, October 8th; keynote speakers included Harvard Business School professor Rosabeth Moss Kanter and Stonyfield Farm CEO Gary Hirshberg.
- Coverage in the Boston Globe: “Doing Better Business,” by Yvonne Abraham, October 10, 2010
- Posts tagged “Summit 2010″ on the Alliance blog (then PBLN blog)