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The New Jersey Chapter of the National Association of Corporate Directors Presents: Economic Sustainability—It’s Not Just a Green Issue

When

Wednesday, May. 8, 2013
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM

Where

Canoe Brook Country Club 1108 Morris Turnpike Summit, NJ 07902 Directions

Description

Join us as we explore the issue of sustainability. Learn about the economic aspects of sustainability programs and the triple bottom line. Can Economic Sustainability improve shareholder value? What kind of non-financial metrics do companies measure and why? What is the board's role in Economic Sustainability and how should it be considered during the strategic planning process? Join us as our panel describes the direct shareholder value benefits derived from Economic Sustainability, how it improves relationships with customers, suppliers and other stakeholders and how Economic Sustainability processes improve companies' innovation, reduce risk and improve employee motivation.
Speakers:

Fried-Walter Munstermann, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, BASF Corporation
James E. Nevels, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Hershey
David Stangis, Vice President, Public Affairs and Corporate Responsibility, President, Campbell Soup Foundation
Moderator:
Mark Kerschner, Retired CFO of CDI Corporation

Sponsors

NACD-NJ Chapter

Price

Event Price: $35.00 Member Price: $35.00

Website

Event Website: http://newjersey.nacdonline.org/Events/EventDetail.cfm?ItemNumber=6057 Online Registration Available: Yes

Event Type

Breakfast

Contact Information

Gina Barberio gina@nacdnj.org Phone: (732) 698-7771

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