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SustyBiz17: Advancing Sustainability in the Trump Era

SustyBiz17: Advancing Sustainability in the Trump EraGovernment often makes bad decisions about climate, infrastructure, health care, taxes, regulations and other priorities because a few unsustainable mega-influencers insist that’s “what business wants.” Responsible business leaders know better. At SustyBiz17, on October 22-24 in Washington, D.C., you’ll get the tools to tell your representatives what your business really wants from government to create an economy that works for all.

ASBC’s 6th annual sustainable business & policy summit brings together company leaders, elected officials, think-tanks and media to understand and share best practices and reality-based policy initiatives. Attendees include a wide range of companies: large and small, established and start-up, publicly traded, privately held and B Corps. All of them enrich the dynamic opportunities at #SustyBiz.

The stakes have never been higher, and waiting it out is not an option. Join us at SustyBiz17 and help us give government the real message of “what business wants.”

Reserve your place at the table today: Summit.ASBCouncil.org

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    Jostein Solheim
    CEO, Ben & Jerry’s

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    Kelly Vlahakis-Hanks
    CEO, Earth Friendly Products

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