“An opportunity for invited institutional investors, family offices, investment advisors, foundations to meet impact and sustainable funds.
The event profiles five investment funds with differentiated criteria to Family Offices, Foundations, Institutional Investors, and Advisors. Funds are selected based on multiple criterial including management team, track record, and investment strategy. This event showcases innovative fund managers in the diverse sectors. The event is structured to include group presentations and one-on-one meetings to maximize attendees ability to interact with the fund managers. There is no fee for this event.”
March 7-9, 2017
New York, Minneapolis, San Francisco
Request a reservation for one of the three locations HERE
“Is your college investing its endowment to change the world? How about the recipients of your charitable giving, are their endowments aligned with their mission and making positive impact? How can you invest in your city’s schools, hospitals and roads to build a better world? Learn how these leaders of colleges, foundations and investment platforms are enabling your money to improve society, the environment and our everyday lives.”
HIP’s Paul Herman will discuss with industry leaders such as Becker College, Heifer Foundation, & Neighborly.com.
March 8, 2017
San Francisco, CA
“Why a Conscientious Investment Policy Will Improve Your Bottom Line
Learn how to make an impact by investing with your values
The 3rd Annual Responsible Investing Conference, this year in San Francisco, brings together top leaders in ESG/SRI and impact investing for a deep dive into responsible investment options, data and impact measurement, risks and returns, and trending issues in ESG investing, You’ll learn how leading investors are selecting their ESG/SRI investments, specifics in conducting due diligence, return expectations, ways to measure performance and ROI, and how to integrate responsible investments into your portfolio.
- Key takeaways include:
- How the election will impact the future of ESG/SRI
- Why investing responsibly doesn’t have to mean sacrificing returns
- Reasons for the growing interest in gender equity and executive compensation
- Decision-making insights on the divestment vs investment debate
- Demystifying data sources and performance measurement
- Why investing in women is gaining traction
- Best ways to access investment products and vehicles
You’ll hear directly from fellow investors about their insights and strategies in this high-growth area—don’t miss it!”
HIP Investor’s Paul Herman will be speaking at this event
March 9-10, 2017
San Francisco, CA
“After our Annual event, WCS Talks 2016, a few of the attendees really got curious to know more about the financial landscape when it comes to the green space. We thought it’ll be a great togo into Conscious Investing, especially as we believe the women in general, are underrepresented in the space and there is no real clarity on how investment is happening. So our goals are:
- To promote diversity in finance, cleantech and sustainability
- To encourage capital resources by educating
- Helping non-finance professionals in the cleantech and sustainability space better appeal to traditional financial institutions and encourage capital inflow
- To bridge the knowledge gap between finance and sustainability so that everyone can benefit from each others’ expertise
- Show that the triple bottom line DOES work!”
HIP’s CEO Paul Herman will chair the panel with special guests Julia Murphy of UltraCapital & Dale Wannen of SustaInvest
May 29, 2017
San Francisco, CA
“HIP’s Paul Herman, in conversation with Chinwe Onyeagoro, President, Great Place to Work Institute
With 70 million Millennials now the largest segment of the U.S. workforce, how do they stay satisfied in the workplace, while the company builds its bottom line? With a trust-based workplace, Millennials thrive in their jobs, while companies can also outperform financially, according to Chinwe Onyeagoro, Great Places to Work.
With a sustainable, fossil-free 401(k), Millennials are more engaged, innovative and can build a better world while saving for their future. Going beyond traditional investing, Millennials can use their forthcoming $40 trillion of inherited wealth to improve the health, wealth, earth, equality and trust of the world via their investing, according to Paul Herman, HIP Investor. Learn how to unleash the excitement of Millennials in the workplace.
March 30, 2017
San Francisco, CA
“Celebrating its 10-year anniversary, Big Path Capital is pleased to announce the 8th annual Impact Capitalism Summit – the largest convening of investors focused on maximizing impact and maximizing return across asset classes.
This Summit will focus on the role of capital markets in creating an economy where opportunity and prosperity are widely shared. It will explore a simple and powerful premise…stakeholders who have a hand in creating value should share in its successful outcomes. You will hear from prominent family offices, institutional investors and influential foundations about what is driving their impact investment decision-making in 2017 and experience an exciting lineup of discussions, debates, and performances across asset classes and impact themes.”
April 25-26, 2017
“Sustainable Brands® is a global community that believes that embedding environmental and social purpose into the core of a brand is the future of business. The community was founded on the conviction that unleashing the best of human ingenuity and innovation can change the shape of business and, with it, the world. Ten years later, we are celebrating our progress as a community of action, dedicated to delivering on the solutions needed to drive us into the next economy.
The SB Experience
At SB, we believe brands are uniquely positioned to align business and society on the path to a flourishing future, and enable participants to experience a shift in thinking that results in new ways of doing business to drive economic success.
Over the past decade, SB has become the preeminent platform for highlighting the power of purpose to drive brand success: and the power of brands to change the world. SB sparks and enables transformational leadership at the personal, organizational and economic systems level to support reflection, ideation and action by creating and curating an optimal environment for discovering the tools and partners necessary to create new kinds of shared value.
We bring the full system into the room, convening a community of courageous optimists willing to challenge personal assumptions and disrupt the status quo.
Redefining the Good Life
SB’17 Detroit marks the beginning of a 3-year global conversation about how we can deliver a flourishing future by rethinking what the ‘Good Life’ means for a healthy individual, family, community, city, country and planet. Driven to create a better world for all, the SB community is collectively called upon to redefine, redesign and deliver a new future, starting with individual and societal aspirations that point us all toward real happiness and a sustainable future. Beginning at SB’17 Detroit with a collective conversation about how we can “Redefine the Good Life,” together we will illustrate how the brand leaders of the future can respond.”
March 22-25, 2017
“Join us for an event marking the lift-off of a new, exciting mission: building a Great Place to Work For ALL. On the 20th anniversary of the 100 Best Companies to Work for® List we produce for Fortune, Great Place to Work® is raising its sights and raising the bar on what it means to be a great workplace. Gather and network with other leaders reaching for greatness through workplaces that tap everyone’s potential. Learn about the solid business benefits and human impact of leading with a belief that all people deserve to be treated with dignity, and are capable of excellence. Grow your knowledge about how to create high-trust, innovative workplace cultures that yield better business results. Leave inspired to change the world one workplace at a time.
Last Year’s Conference: At-A-Glance:
More than 1,000 attendees from over 380 companies
HR Professionals comprised nearly half of all attendees
Industries most represented included Professional Services (28%), Information Technology (10%), Healthcare/Healthcare Services (9%), Manufacturing & Production (9%)
52% of companies that attended are Great Place to Work® Certified”
May 23-25, 2017