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2017 Events

Conscious Capitalism and Sustainability: Working Together for Your Business

Tues.  March 7, 2017

5:30 - 9:00 p.m.

Traditions at Oak Lane

1027 Racebrook Rd.

Woodbridge, CT

 

Weds. March 8, 2017

8:00 - 10:30 a.m.

Bigelow Tea

201 Black Rock Tpke.

Fairfield, CT 

 

Heather Burns, Founder & CEO of CT Sustainable Business Council.

and

Larry L. Bingaman, President & CEO of Regional Water Authority and founding member for CT’s developing Conscious Capitalism Chapter.

 

Conscious Capitalism: a business mind-set that emphasizes a Higher Purpose, Conscious Leadership, Conscious Culture and a focus on all Stakeholders.

Sustainable Business: one that captures the Triple Bottom Line, benefiting People, Planet and Profits.

A growing number of businesses are using these principles to engage and retain top talent, strengthen their brand, and create a competitive advantage.

Come and learn how you can open new possibilities within your business using conscious capitalism and sustainable business practices.

Local business leaders, who will share hands-on experience you can apply to your company, will join Heather and Larry during their presentation.

We will challenge your thinking through a hands-on workshop aimed at helping you make values-driven choices by embracing a higher purpose.

Join us and learn how to elevate your mission, serve the broader community, grow and become more profitable!

YES, I CAN…YES, WE CAN

Tues. April 25, 2017

5:30 - 9:00 p.m.

Traditions at Oak Lane

1027 Racebrook Rd.

Woodbridge, CT 

Presented by:  Bob Hodge and his family

Bob Hodge, accounting student at the University of New Haven.   Graduates.  Gets his CPA.   Creates a thriving practice.  And becomes a well-qualified financial advisor.

Things are going well.  His daughters get interested in horses.  Tough to keep horses in Wallingford, CT, so let’s move to New Hampshire and buy an old farm.  Continue with the financial advising and CPA work in this new location.

The girls get their horses.  Also some calves.  And, in what the family refers to as “a 4H project gone haywire”, the Hodge family find themselves in the dairy business, with about 160 cows.

Does it stop there?  No. From dairy farming it progresses to manufacturing, marketing, sales and distribution.  The product:  some of the best puddings you ever tasted.

But there is yet another element that makes the Hodge family odyssey even more remarkable.  Join us on April 25 for the rest of the story…

Contact Info

Paul L. SessionsDirector
(203) 932-7421
sessionspl@gmail.com

Christine DelldonnaDirector of Operations
(203) 931-6033
Cdelldonna@newhaven.edu

Mailing Address:
Center for Family Business
300 Boston Post Rd.
West Haven, CT 06516

Office Address:
Center for Family Business
584 Derby Milford Rd.
Orange, CT 06477