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From: The Future 500 [mailto:news@no.address]
Sent: Wednesday, April 28, 2004 10:36 AM
To: Young, Susan A
Subject: Register Now for IE 6!



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"Managing business to encompass economic, social and community benefits is both a necessity and an opportunity. This means adjusting traditional business models to look beyond the bottom line, and to focus on more than the short term. Companies must become more like people, entities who in their daily lives aspire to multiple values, not all of which are concerned with financial return."

- Michael Phillips
Chairman, Russell Investment Group


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Profitable Sustainability: The Future Of Business




* Learn from CEOs charting new paths to profitability

* Explore innovative new technologies

* Develop new business strategies and alliances

* Take home solutions to everyday challenges and obstacles

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Examples of Business Leadership
Hewlett-Packard and Microsoft build business units to serve the world's three billion poorest - and help them improve their lives while protecting the environment.


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Kinko's leverages its buying power to set a global standard for forest-friendly paper.

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Toyota builds market share with hybrids that can improve fuel economy, while General Motors looks to reinvent the industry with zero-emission fuel cell cars.

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Mitsubishi companies set the first "no old growth" paper procurement standards, and cut their costs while inspiring 400 other companies to join them.

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Coors uses a "closed loop" accounting system to drive out pollution and waste, cut toxins 90%, and save money.

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<http://www.nbis.org/conference/> Learn Best Practices & More September 26-29
Companies showcasing innovative products and resources provide consultation in the Exhibit Hall and collaborative learning centers.

Conference participants join forums, workshops, and demonstrations.

Sample seminars and workshops include:


* Optimizing purchasing and supply chains for greater profits and reduced risk

* Securing positive PR for your sustainability initiatives

* Enhancing shareholder value by listing your company on socially responsible investor indexes

* Generating profits with clean energy and new technologies

* Realizing cost savings using high performance green building techniques

* Managing with the Balanced Scorecard

* Building customer and employee loyalty through sustainability

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Register now!
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For more information, email <mailto:conference@no.address> conference@no.address or call Mary Rose at 206-296-2469, 8-5 pm PST or leave a message.

Early bird registration available through May. Special rates available for qualifying groups.

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