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BSR Conference 2015 Side Event: BSR’s Consumer Sectors

San Francisco

 

Date and Time

Tuesday November 3, 2015
1:30 pm-3:30 pm PST


Location

San Francisco


Topics

#Consumer Products


BSR's Consumer Sectors team will host a special pre-Conference private event, just before the start of BSR Conference 2015 on Tuesday November 3.

The session will bring together BSR’s consumer-facing sectors, including apparel and footwear, consumer packaged goods, food and beverage, luxury, retail, and hospitality companies. We will highlight our success stories over the past year, joined by special guest Dr. Helen Crowley, Head of Sustainable Sourcing Innovation at Kering.

We are also pleased to welcome Bill Scheinman from The Potential Project for a unique treat—a taste of corporate mindfulness techniques.

This is an official side event of the BSR Conference 2015: Resilient Business, Resilient World, taking place November 3-5 in San Francisco

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