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The Rise of the For-Profit, Socially-Responsible Corporation

April 18, 20187:00 am - 8:30 am

Evangelical Seminary
Zinn Commons
121 South College Street
Myerstown, PA 17067


Cost: $20.00, includes breakfast.

Faith in the Marketplace is a breakfast series offered to business and civic leaders, enabling them to integrate their Christian faith with the workplace and see that their vocation is far more than a profession – it’s a calling of God.  Doors open at 6:30 a.m. We begin at 7:00 a.m. with breakfast, and adjourn promptly at 8:30 a.m.

A historic cultural shift is underway to harness the power of business to address society’s greatest challenges. The growing movement of people who seek to use business as a force for good is one of the most important social trends of our time. Leaders recognize Benefit Corporations as a driver of this global culture shift. Join us as Craig Dalen discusses The Rise of the For-Profit, Socially-Responsible Corporation. We’ll explore what B Corps are, why they’re relevant to your business and our community, and introduce the tools B Corps use.

Craig is Director of Impact Business Strategy at ASSETS in Lancaster. Previously, he was a Senior Fellow at B Lab, the group behind B Corporations, and the Director of Sustainability at Messiah College. He serves as an adjunct faculty member and runs a family commodities business in Lancaster. Craig has a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Northwestern College and a Master’s degree in Organizational Development from Temple University. 

For questions – contact Ken Nafziger at knafziger@evangelical.edu


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