The 2016 Company Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy Summit with the theme “The New Competitive Advantage” has been scheduled to hold from May 24 to May 25, 2016. The summit will be bringing together leading practitioners in the field of corporate societal engagement to discuss insights on the way businesses can operate and compete.
CECP, a coalition of more than 200 companies and CEOs united in the belief that societal improvement is an essential measure of business performance, will be bringing forward thought leaders during the summit to expose the gains and opportunities in Corporate Societal Engagement.
The Summit will be convening unparalleled resource persons such as Darren Walker, President, Ford Foundation, Blair Taylor, CEO, My Brother’s Keeper Alliance and former Starbucks Chief Community Officer, Todd Jacobson, Senior Vice President Social Responsibility, National Basketball Association, David Shapiro, Chief Executive Officer, MENTOR and a host of others on different aspects of Corporate Societal Engagement.
The Summit will include the presentation of the Charles H. Moore Award for Leadership in Corporate Community Engagement and various break-out sessions.
Daryl Brewster, the Chief Executive Officer of CECP said that CECP’s leading companies know that societal engagement is headway towards solving business challenges and an opportunity for a competitive advantage.