Everyone has a voice. But at a time when there are limitless ways to share that voice, it’s how you choose to use it that absolutely matters.
With just two months to go before the October 29-30 Forum, the 80-plus speakers are getting ready to share their voices as they offer world-class insight into the relevant and timely topics in sustainability, social impact and corporate responsibility today.
Among this year’s speakers, nearly 60 percent are trailblazing women ready to share their stories as they lead the way in their respective fields, including:
Join these and other exceptional women at the Forum, at MGM National Harbor, just outside of Washington, D.C. Prepare for two days of fast-paced discussion aimed at answering some of the most simple yet impactful questions about today’s and tomorrow’s business landscape, such as “why,” “how,” “what’s next” and “where are we headed.”
“This year’s conference will feature some exceptional women on our main stage,” said Lynne Filderman, Executive Producer of the 3BL Forum. “In speaking with each of these women in the run-up to our high-octane event, I have heard firsthand their candid and authentic voices, whether focused on brand purpose, women’s leadership, intentionality of the future workforce, bridging corporate silos or insights into ‘what's next.’ You can be assured they will bring their experiences and unique perspectives to our two-day conversation.”
Now through Friday, September 6, receive 30 percent off registration rates for 3BL Forum when you enter the code LABORDAY2019. Join us as we explore how companies, with employees at the helm, are reinventing how they do business – whether it’s redefining their purpose, making social impact commitments or finding where to put a stake in the ground.
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Leon Kaye has written for TriplePundit since 2010, and became its Executive Editor in 2018. He's based in Fresno, CA, from where he happily explores California’s stellar Central Coast and the national parks in the Sierra Nevadas. He's lived in South Korea, the United Arab Emirates and Uruguay, and has traveled to over 70 countries. He's an alum of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County and the University of Southern California.