Daring To Commit To Corporate Sustainability - "Going Green"

Multi-national companies are under pressure to tweak product lines and change operations in order to become more sustainable. Executives are under pressure to look for ways to reduce the carbon footprint, eliminate waste and conserve energy.
By: Akin Akinsanya
March 9, 2008 - PRLog -- Dear Executive:

From Capitol Hill to China, multi-national companies are under pressure to tweak product lines and change operations in order to be more sustainable. Corporate executives are racing against each other to stay ahead of this new trend “Going Green.” Executives from the area of sustainability are under pressure to look for ways to reduce the carbon footprint, eliminate waste, improve production facilities, conserve energy, and use water more efficiently. The concept of “Going Green” is transparent in all industries like healthcare, retail, technology, consumer goods, financials, utilities, energy, and materials.

Why are many companies creating areas specifically dedicated to Sustainability and Green Initiatives? Due to strict regulations, global warming, brand recognition, and since long term investments towards green initiatives yield higher returns are factors which drive creation of these areas. “Going Green” is becoming a key factor in driving a company’s success in terms of profitability and longevity.

If the largest factor in determining a company’s profitability is “ Going Green, “ then ACI’s ACHIEVING CORPORATE SUSTAINABILITY conference will provide attendees with the expert knowledge and tools to reduce costs, eliminate wastes, maximize profitability, build brand image, and increase the overall market share of their corporation.

At this Conference, you will hear proven strategies, first-hand, from leading organizations, including how:

• GENERAL MOTORS (GM) – Develop successful strategies to reduce environmental footprints and impact the bottom line
• FORD MOTOR COMPANY – Implement sustainable manufacturing practices
• CISCO SYSTEMS – Apply strategies for minimizing environmental impact up and down the supply chain
• JOHNSON CONTROLS – Implement best practices to running sustainable operations
• KIMBERLY-CLARK – Execute a Sustainable Business Strategy

Join us April 30-May 2, 2008 in San Francisco for a gathering of senior level executives, vice presidents, directors and managers. This two-day strategic business forum will focus on how corporations can successfully implement environmental strategies to improve profitability, increase productivity, and build brand image. With the increase in competition among corporations for market share, this is a conference you cannot afford to miss.

Please contact Akin Akinsanya @ (414) 221-1700 ext. 137 for more information...

Akin Akinsanya
National Events Manager – Sustainable & Greening Initiatives
Active Communications International
700 W. Virginia Street
Milwaukee, WI 53204
Phone: (414) 221-1700 ext. 137
Fax:     (414) 765-0638

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Active Communications International, Inc. (ACI) is a leader in conference planning and production. With offices in Chicago, London, Montpellier and Milwaukee, we produce world-class events focusing on areas of most relevance to our served industry sectors. We are dedicated to deliver high-quality, informative and value added strategic business conferences where audience members, speakers, and sponsors can transform their business, develop key industry contacts and walk away with new resources.

Website: www.acius.net

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