Academics

2007 Panel: Can Business have a Social Conscience?

"Can Business Have a Social Conscience?"
Saturday, March 10, 2007
9 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
University of Redlands, Hall of Letters, Room 100--Followed by a luncheon in the Alumni House This event is free and open to the public.

Is it possible to do well in business by doing good for society? This panel will explore the extent to which effective business models can be developed that incorporate the goals of profit and innovation with social improvement. Special attention will be paid to efforts that address poverty, globally and locally, through creative ventures and partnerships.

Panelists Include: 
Rick Aubry (Presentation Slides)
President, Rubicon Programs, Inc.
Fellow, Center for Social Innovation, Stanford University

David Green
Founder of Aurolab and Project Impact

Kamala Gollakota (Presentation Slides)
Associate Professor, University of Redlands


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