The elements of sustainability – economic prosperity, social well-being, and environmental stewardship – hold growing importance to customers, employees, investors and regulators. Well-run companies in many industries have been operating in a sustainable manner for years because it’s good business. Today, these companies are requiring their suppliers to do the same. If you’re not already fielding questions from your customers and employees about your sustainability efforts, get ready. It’s only a matter of time.
Where can you turn to get the information you need to create, manage or fine-tune your company’s sustainability program? Register for one or all AIM Sustainability Roundtables for expert analysis, best practices and networking.
Price AIM Members $50/session, $150/season pass Non-Members $100/session, $300/season pass
Central Massachusetts Roundtables, Waters Corporation, 34 Maple Street, Milford
Session 1 March 7 – Defining Sustainability and Determining the Three Responsibilities
Session 2 June 6 – Evaluating the Current Sustainability State of an Organization
Session 3 September 12 – Determining the Future Sustainability State of an Organization
Session 4 December 5 – Strategy Mapping/Sustainability Reporting
Western Massachusetts Roundtables
Session 1 February 12- Defining Sustainability and Determining the Three Responsibilities Peoples Bank, Holyoke
Session 2 May 14 – Evaluating the Current Sustainability State of an Organization Pelican Products, S. Deerfield
Session 3 August 13 – Determining the Future Sustainability State of an Organization Iredale Mineral Cosmetics, Great Barrington
Session 4 November 12 – Strategy Mapping/Sustainability Reporting Food Bank of Western MA, Hatfield
Participation is limited to people who maintain direct responsibility for sustainability at their companies. We welcome your interest, expertise and passion, as AIM introduces a new resource to help Massachusetts businesses.