Archive: Stakeholder Engagement 2013

Private Workshop Sponsored by AHC Group and Future 500

Houston, TX • November 12 & 13, 2013

The Woodlands Resort & Conference Center

 

The Woodlands Resort & Conference Center
2301 North Millbend Drive,
The Woodlands, TX 77380

(415) 339-4700

This Year's Theme

Energy and Stakeholder Activism: The Top 10 Issues and the Battle over "Unburnable Carbon"

The AHC Group and Future 500 invite you to join 25 senior executives from top consumer, energy, and technology companies to Houston, TX, at the acclaimed Woodlands Resort & Conference Center for the 4th Annual Corporate Working Group on Stakeholder Engagement. This year's meeting focus will be energy issues and the impacts of these issues on companies and consumers.

Stakeholder Engagement 2013 Agenda

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No longer are energy controversies solely about a single project or fuel type. The battles over the Keystone XL pipeline, hydraulic fracturing, deep-water drilling, and coal are increasingly placed in a larger frame: an effort to remove all fossil fuels from the market. Both energy companies and other manufacturers need to understand and respond to this important new emphasis.

This may well be the year's most important meeting for the energy industry and its customers, and we want to ensure that a wide variety of companies and stakeholders are represented. Join us for this dynamic workshop in Houston!

Why This Is Important

Energy and Technology issues and campaigns will impact every company globally and have far-reaching policy implications. In a digital world where issues explode in minutes, learn how leadership companies leverage proactive stakeholder engagement to harness external feedback to mitigate reputation risk and inform their long-term strategic planning.

Who Should Attend

Senior Executives from companies that wish to enhance their Stakeholder Engagement efforts with new insights and best practices from other leading firms.

You will hear from leading stakeholder engagement strategists, corporate executives on pitfalls and best practices, and corporate campaigners on why corporate and NGO decision makers hold the keys to finding the common ground needed to advance the sustainable world we all envision for generations to come.

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