Jun. 19, 2012
Vancouver, BC -- Brookfield LePage Johnson Controls (BLJC), in partnership with The Delphi Group ihas announced the inaugural 'An Inspired Future' event will take place on Tuesday June 26, 2012 in Vancouver.
'An Inspired Future' will provide attendees with an enlightened perspective on how their customers value sustainability and the economic benefits that can be captured through the adoption of an enhanced sustainability program.
'Research is indicating that consumers prefer to buy from companies that conduct their business in a socially responsible and environmentally sustainable manner, which is creating some urgency for organizations to do the right things or risk losing market share to a competitor that will!', says Gord Hicks, President at BLJC.
'People are looking to the private sector to take a leadership role in making our planet more sustainable' says Mike Gerbis, CEO at The Delphi Group.
'What we want to do is accelerate this process by connecting corporate and sustainability leaders in a manner that creates positive partnerships, innovative ideas and most importantly momentum that successfully drives forward a sound economic strategy that is both socially and environmentally responsible.'
This event features keynotes from and Gord Hicks and Mike Gerbis followed by a panel discussion with industry leaders from Interface Flooring, MEC and UBC.
Attendees will participate in a facilitated dialogue on the business case for sustainability and have the opportunity to engage sustainability experts to learn how they can improve their bottom line while implementing socially and environmentally responsible practices.
BLJC (www.bljc.com) is the Canadian leader in the provision of workplace management services for real estate portfolios. Our team of over 1,500 professionals is dedicated to optimizing our customers' business with superior workplace management solutions.
The Delphi Group (www.delphi.ca) helps customers make better and more informed decisions around managing environmental risks such as climate change, and to develop corporate sustainability strategies that enhance profitability and productivity.