Building a successful social enterprise can be a rewarding, but often challenging, process.
Indeed, even the most innovative brands and entrepreneurs can benefit from a little guidance and inspiration in their efforts to adapt to growing pressure from socially-conscious consumers.
In November, the Sustainable Brands community is hosting a three-day conference at the Beaumont Estate in Windsor, with global business leaders from firms such as Tesco, Shell and Adidas all gathering to debate issues pertinent to sustainability.
Discussions will range from how to design brand-led social movements to sourcing new materials, ingredients and packaging.
The Sustainable Brands community is comprised of nearly one million social entrepreneurs, analysts, NGOs, and investors from over 90 countries around the world who regularly collaborate on sustainability issues.
While their flagship event in San Diego this year attracted 2,500 people, they are expecting more than 500 people to attend their London conference between 16th and 18th November.
Their website also offers daily news, views, trend updates and discussions on topics to support sustainable models of commerce.
For more information about attending the SB’15 event, visit the Sustainable Brands website.