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Business4Better Invites Speakers to Present on Corporate Community Engagement at Inaugural Conference & Expo
Business4Better to bring nonprofits together to engage with business representatives interested in partnering for societal and business impact, May 1-2, 2013, Anaheim, CA.
By: PR Newswire
Dec. 13, 2012 11:37 AM
NEW YORK, Dec. 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Business4Better is seeking passionate and articulate individuals to apply for the opportunity to address conference attendees on the topic of corporate community engagement, high-impact corporate social responsibility, skilled and pro-bono employee volunteering and business-nonprofit partnerships at its inaugural event, scheduled for May 1-2, 2013 in Anaheim, CA.
Submissions are accepted through December 19th. To access the submission form, visit: https://reg.business4better.org/2013/proposals.
B4B, the non-commercial community partnership movement produced by UBM plc, provides nonprofits and business leaders the opportunity to connect and form meaningful relationships and learn how to create partnerships that will bring maximum business and social impact, recognize and overcome challenges, measure the impact of a partnership and play their story forward. The B4B sessions formats will include lectures, panels and workgroups.
All applications will be reviewed by the B4B Advisory Panel which is comprised of distinguished professionals who are committed to the advancement of business and nonprofit partnerships and high-impact corporate social responsibility. Included in the advisory committee are B4B's four nonprofit partners B LAB, OneOC, Points of Light and Stanford Social Innovation Review.
To learn more about the B4B mission, the benefits of participating and the submission process, click here. Deadline to submit is December 19th, 2012.
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