Socially Conscious Business and the Etho-Economy
In a world where Corporate Social Responsibility and B Corps are gaining traction with everyday consumers, business models that take sustainability and social impact seriously are quickly becoming non-negotiable. The way we see it, a business's sustainability strategy (or the lack thereof) will ultimately determine their long-term profitability. We want to sit down with the experts in this space to chat about the rise of what we call the Etho-Economy, which is the part of the global economy made up of businesses that prioritize fair wages, the environment and respect the well being of all their stakeholders. This open-minded dialogue will explore the common "hot spots", or pressure points, that sustainable businesses deal with along with the kicker--establishing trust with your consumer.
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- The Etho-Economy is made up of businesses that prioritize fair wages, the environment, and respect for the well-being of all their stakeholders.
- There are many common "hot spots", or pain points, in sustainable businesses. Our panelists will share their experiences with these dilemmas.
- Throughout this discussion, we will address the invaluable skill of establishing and maintaining trust with your consumer.
Maci Smith, Creative Director, Faire Inc.