Innovations in Sustainable Business, the unConference

Posted by Sustainable Business Network of Greater Philadelphia on November 10, 2014

Event Title: Blue Skies, Green Spaces: Innovations in Sustainable Business, the unConference

Date: Saturday, November 15, 2014

Time: 8AM – 3PM

Location: Philadelphia University DEC Center

4201 Henry Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19144

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Innovation is crucial for small business growth, tackling public sector challenges, and in building a better regional economy. But how can we define innovation in the context of Philadelphia?

Join our community partner, The Sustainable Business Network this November 15th for Blue Skies, Green Spaces: Innovations in Sustainable Business, the unConference. For over a decade SBN has been a regular pioneer in engineering strategic, educational events for Philadelphia’s entrepreneurs, business leaders, and community stakeholders. This year SBN is hosting an unConference that will be an assembly of local entrepreneurs, non-profit leaders, policy makers, and students invested in sustainability, and experienced in leading innovation in the workplace. The unConference format embraces the powerful insight of YOU, the ultimate expert.

Join over 100 thought leaders November 15th from an array of industries to learn and share high impact strategies for fostering innovation in all aspects of your business. Want to lead a session? Pitch it! SBN will kick off the day taking ideas and attendees will vote with their feet on what they’d like to attend. If you don’t feel engaged, move on to the next session. From marketing to management; logistics to supply chain management; human resources to accounting, learn innovative, sustainable approaches to your business challenges.

Register to attend today!

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