2014 8th Annual CEO Summit on Sustainable Business

Senator Ed Markey addresses participants at the Fall CEO Summit.

Senator Ed Markey addresses participants at the Fall CEO Summit.

Innovation-focused CEOs and investors across the professional services, technology, life sciences and advanced energy sectors came together through The Alliance For Business Leadership’s CEO Summit on Sustainable Business; Growing Margins, Growing Markets at the Harvard Club in Boston October 22nd. Read more about the event here.

 

 

 

 

 

2013 7th Annual CEO Summit: Creating Shared Value 

October 23, 2013 The Harvard Club, Boston’s Back Bay

Oct. 23 summit, full room, websize

Business innovators, investors, and policy-makers convened at the Alliance’s 7th Annual Fall CEO Summit to investigate the concept of Shared Value Creation with thought leaders and real-world practitioners.

Read more about the day’s events.


2012 6th Annual CEO Summit: Post-Election Forecast- What’s Next for Business Leaders?

CEOs, entrepreneurs, investors, and other top business leaders gathered on November 8 for an election post-mortem and strategy session, analyzing the 2012 election returns with a special focus on business, the economy, and social issues. Following the keynote address and industry panel, attendees helped develop the Alliance’s 2013 strategy in three key areas – Responsible Government, Health Promotion, and Workforce Development.

Speakers at the 2010 Boston Summit

City Fresh Foods CEO and Alliance Member Glynn Lloyd at the 2010 Boston Summit.

2011 5th Annual CEO Summit: Stepping Up- Business Leadership in America’s Next Economy

More than 175 CEOs, executives, investors, entrepreneurs, government officials and policy leaders gathered at UMass Boston for the 5th Annual Boston CEO Summit.

2010 4th Annual CEO Summit: Business Leadership and Public Policy

Over 200 business leaders met at Bentley University on Friday, October 8th; keynote speakers included Harvard Business School professor Rosabeth Moss Kanter and Stonyfield Farm CEO Gary Hirshberg.