The BSR Conference is one of the most important global gatherings dedicated to sustainable business. This October, join BSR and our vibrant community of sustainable business experts from Fortune 500 companies, as well as leading foundations, nonprofit organizations, and government for unparalleled networking experiences, powerful plenary addresses and breakout sessions, and interactive professional development opportunities.
In celebration of our 25th anniversary, we are working on exciting changes to our Conference agenda. Registration will open in May 2017—sign up for our mailing to be the first to know.
A limited number of sponsorships ranging from $10,000-75,000 are available. Contact Conference Director Pamela Schwartz for additional information at email@example.com. Please note that sponsorships do not include speaking roles of any kind. In addition, to ensure that we produce the most sustainable event possible, there is no trade show or exhibit hall.
As we build out the 2017 global program, our objective is to balance a wide range of issues and formats while maintaining diversity of content and presenters. Please note that BSR does not administer an open submission process for Conference sessions, and we do not accept speaker submissions.
Speaking roles are determined by BSR’s Conference team with input from senior management and staff, and participation is by invitation only. We greatly appreciate the wide interest in the BSR Conference and are grateful for the success and growth we continue to achieve. Please check this site often for program information and updates.
CEO and Chairman of the Board of General Mills Ken Powell discusses bold leadership and his company's commitment to sustainability at the BSR Conference 2016.
Mina Guli, CEO of Thirst and athlete who ran 40 marathons on seven continents to raise awareness of the water crisis, addresses the BSR Conference 2016.
In a plenary panel at the BSR Conference 2016, New York Times Reporter David Gelles, BSR Managing Director Edward Cameron, ClimateWire Editor-in-Chief Lisa Friedman, and Visiting Lecturer at Yale Law School and Former United States Special Envoy for Climate Change Todd Stern discussed climate action and politics in the United States.