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Innovations in business resilience, growth and profitability


Sustainability Symposium Innovative strategies for long-term profitability February 28, 2018 | Toronto, ON | 8 CPD hours


A bright future depends on the decisions we make in business and society today. It’s more than just going green — it’s about best practices and investing in long-term success.


Learn how you can help lead, establish and maintain sustainability initiatives in your organization.


Sessions include: • Accounting for natural capital • Blockchain and sustainability • Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) — get involved


• Global financial stability — climate disclosure to the rescue


• Sustainability — the next frontier for corporate governance


• Is climate change a catalyst for innovation • Role of supply chain in mitigating enterprise sustainability risks and capitalizing on opportunities


• Sustainable and integrated reporting *Note: sessions may be subject to change


TO LEARN MORE, VISIT: cpacanada.ca/Symposium2018 17-0667


TRANSPARENCY MATTERS Stay up-to-date on professional ethics for business and accounting professionals with our Ethics Online Course Series.


cpacanada.ca/Ethics KEYNOTE SPEAKERS


Sarah Burch Canada Research Chair in Sustainability Governance and Innovation


Bob Willard Author and Founder, Sustainability Advantage


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