Upcoming Event

April 26
Event Details

Measuring Impact That Matters: mediaX Member Workshop

Speakers: Paul Brest, Lara Lee, Neil Jacobstein, Walter Greenleaf, Susan Stucky, Bruce Cahan & Aman Kumar

This workshop is for leaders and influencers from mediaX member organizations. We’ll explore how business goals can be linked to outcomes that yield BOTH productivity for the company and positive outcomes for humankind.

Details:
This Workshop is FULL. Please email Addy Dawes with questions.

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