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The 21st Century Company

How It Creates Value — And for Whom

NOVEMBER 7, 2018
HARVARD CLUB OF NEW YORK CITY
35 WEST 44TH STREET
NEW YORK, NY

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The 21st Century Company

How It Creates Value — And for Whom

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

As ever, the definition of success varies across industries and across companies.  Today’s public company continues to measure success by the shareholder value they create.  But how that is defined has changed in recent years. The successful company of the 21st century – and their investors – consider a wide range of topics, some thought to be esoteric just a few years ago.  Environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria for example have become significant drivers of value and profit, and of growing import to investors.

These new standards require more from the 21st century executive.  C-suite leaders and board members are required to have a broader understanding of subject matter that impact the business, beyond just mainstays like finance and operations.  They must become knowledgeable in topics such as corporate responsibility, privacy and security, sustainability, disruptive technology and innovation. A holistic view of the company is critically necessary in order to drive strategy.

Plus, companies are looking to new markets for expansion as a way to grow their operations and impact profitability.  They must be attuned to the external drivers of change, and the unique opportunities that globalization presents.

And that’s why we created the 21st Century Company conference.  The program will focus on the role of the public company from a global perspective. It will cover important topics that converge governance, social responsibility, ESG, and other trends that affect the role that multinational companies play as agents of impact.

More than 100 corporate executives from governance, risk, sustainability, innovation, strategy, and corporate responsibility are expected to attend.

ENGAGE

with governance, risk, sustainability, innovation, strategy, and corporate responsibility executives to identify tomorrow’s change agents and how to profit from their power to drive company value

DISCOVER

unique approaches to exploiting the internal and external drivers that will reset stakeholder expectations, shareholder engagements, and the successful creation of long-term value

APPLY

innovative techniques to manage risk and create opportunity in shaping The 21st Century Company

AGENDA & SPEAKERS

The program will look at the many facets driving change and help you understand how they affect your work.  With a well-rounded understanding of these factors you will have the knowledge to advance your company and your personal success.  No longer react to change – anticipate it and drive it to your advantage.

This year’s agenda includes a great breadth and depth of discussion including a look at how innovation has changed the global company, the integration of business purpose and social purpose, shareholder expectations for companies to responsibly create value, the history of corporate governance, how the activist investor is leveraging change to bring public companies into the 21st century, ESG and the investor view on long-term company performance, the 21st century company’s new role as global citizen, investor and driver of shared outcomes, and a look at Asia, Africa and the Middle East.

Speakers come from notable organizations such as Nasdaq, Barington Capital, Breakthrough Results, Causecast, FTI Consulting, Rockefeller Capital Management, Arrow Electronics and the former US Ambassador to Pakistan.

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