Do you engage customers and/or employees around social issues? Ever wonder what other changemakers and corporate social responsibility (CSR) disruptors are up to?
Then Engage for Good 2019 is the conference for you.
Founded in 2002 with the goal of providing business and nonprofit professionals with the practical information and connections they need to succeed, Engage for Good is a collaborative space for exchanging trends, best practices and practical strategies for building a better world.
With a focus on consumer and employee engagement, 2019 marks the conference’s 17th year and will be held May 29-30, 2019 at the brand new Radisson Blu Aqua Hotel in Chicago.
This year’s theme is ‘Making Good Work’, and will feature discussions around trends and strategies for creating compelling brand purpose in today’s environment of rising consumer and employee expectations.
What you’ll learn at this year’s exciting event (just to name a few):
- Ways to deepen the diversity & inclusion discussion
- How to activate employees through purpose and make it easier for consumers to shop their values
- What it takes to scale and evolve a social enterprise
- Growing and sustaining partnership momentum for your organization
- Actionable ways to empower consumers to act while growing brand loyalty
- What science tells us about mitigating bias, optimizing inclusion and building diverse teams
- And so much more!
The conference will also include ample networking opportunities for you to convene with your peers on the topics that interest you to most.
But we haven’t told you the best news of all. With code VM100, you’ll get $100 off your registration price. We hope to see you there! Register now to take advantage of early bird pricing, and don’t forget to enter code VM100 during checkout (last year’s event sold out so be sure to secure your spot quickly!).
Here’s what VolunteerMatch Consultant Director, Sarah Hayes, had to say:
“I very much enjoyed attending the Engage for Good event last year in Chicago. I found it to be thought-provoking in general, and I met some great people doing important work. I particularly loved the Halo Awards celebration, because they highlighted some very unique (and fun) corporate-nonprofit partnerships that were inspiring and very effective in meeting their goals. All in all, I felt it was a good use of my time and would definitely return to this event again.”
Set the bar high in 2019 and beyond and get ready to learn best practices, tips and trends and connect with your peers in this ever-evolving social impact field.