Corporate Purpose AcceleratorSM

Designed to guide business leaders to the intersection of profit and purpose.

Session 1: April 28, 2022 | 12-3:30 p.m. ET
Session 2: May 5, 2022 | 12-3:30 p.m. ET

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Aly Sterling Philanthropy

Corporate Purpose AcceleratorSM

Designed to guide business leaders to the intersection of profit and purpose.

Session 1: April 28, 2022 
Session 2: May 5, 2022 

Aly Sterling Philanthropy
NSIG Logo

It’s no longer enough to write a check.

Business as usual ended in 2020. Today’s customers and employees
expect a higher level of social commitment from businesses.

That’s why we’ve created this interactive workshop.

Register for our upcoming workshop April 28 and May 5, 2022

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Corporate Purpose AcceleratorSM

Designed to guide business leaders to the intersection of profit and purpose.

Participation in this virtual two-session workshop provides:

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An understanding of corporate purpose and social investment, and why they matter.
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The how-to on: engaging employees, building philanthropic partnerships, managing donation requests, the importance of storytelling, cause marketing and much more.
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Practical steps for determining your company’s purpose and creating brand value while mitigating risk.
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Your own Corporate Purpose Accelerator Blueprint, a framework for building out your strategy and earning leadership buy-in.

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Corporate Purpose Accelerator certificate of completion.

“Social impact is no longer just a large corporate imperative; employees, customers, vendors, and investors now expect it of every business. This training helps small to mid-sized companies leverage the assets of this purpose economy.”

Jay Hart
Managing Partner, CrossHarbor Capital Partners

Are you ready to:

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Increase customer loyalty?
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Attract and retain the very best talent?

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Realize the full potential of your brand?

If so, join us for this interactive and personalized workshop to create your own framework for success.

You will learn from industry experts, who will share their best practices for aligning staff and leadership support and resources to create sustainable programs.

Register now, space is limited!
Register now, space is limited!

Cost $795 per person for both sessions, to be held virtually.

Session 1: April 28, 2022 | 12-3:30 p.m. ET
Session 2: May 5, 2022 | 12-3:30 p.m. ET

Session 1:
January 27, 2022 – 12-3:30 p.m.

Session 2:
February 3, 2022 – 12-3:30 p.m.

REGISTER BY APRIL 15, 2022

REGISTER BY
JANUARY 15, 2021

Cancellations made before April 15, 2022 will be refunded in full.

For more information, please contact Melinda Bostwick at mbostwick@bostwick.com

The Experts

Karen Davis, CEO, NSIG

Karen Davis

CEO, North Star Impact Group
Former SVP of Global Philanthropy & Employee Engagement,
Hasbro Inc.
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Melinda Bostwick

Melinda Bostwick

Senior Advisor,
North Star Impact Group
Former VP of Membership Services, Association of Corporate Citizenship Professionals (ACCP)
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Kori Reed

Kori Reed

Senior Advisor,
North Star Impact Group
Former VP of Integrated Cause & Foundation, Conagra Brands
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Aly Sterling

Aly Sterling

President & Founder,
Aly Sterling Philanthropy
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Don’t just take it from us.

Profit 5-7%

PROFIT

Companies that are highly purpose-driven have been found to outperform the market by 5 -7% per year. [Serafeim and Gartenberg, 2019]
CONSUMERS 70%

CONSUMERS

70% of millennials say they have changed their purchasing habits in support of causes or social issues of interest, while 72% of Gen Z consider a company’s purpose when deciding what to buy. [Achieve and the Case Foundation, 2020]

EMPLOYEES 88%

EMPLOYEES

Research shows 88% of employees believe companies must focus on purpose and not just profit. [Cone Communications, 2020]
C-SUITE / BOARD MEMBERS 80%

C-SUITE / BOARD MEMBERS

80% of CEOs believe business has more of a responsibility than ever to address pressing social and environmental issues. [Porter Novelli, 2020]

75%

INVESTORS

75% of investors say sustainable investments have become more important to them over the last five years, driven by the younger generations. [Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, 2019]