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Beaumont Estate to host fourth Sustainable Brands Innovation Conference 

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Beaumont Estate will host the fourth UK based Sustainable Brands Innovation Conference from 16-18 November 2015. Around 500 senior level brand strategists and sustainability executives from 28 countries are expected to attend the three day event.  
Over 60 global thought leaders and practitioners influencing the way brands innovate and communicate including representatives from Unilever, IKEA UK and Ireland, Marks and Spencer, Adidas, Disney and IBM will lead over 40 interactive discussion groups, breakout sessions, presentations and networking activities.


Every session at the conference is designed to allow forward thinking business and brand leaders to learn how others are turning challenges into opportunities to deliver new forms of brand value.   

Beaumont Estate was chosen for the conference for its close proximity to Heathrow, excellent transportation links to and from London, out of city location and venue spaces intended to facilitate collaborative dialogue and spark new and unexpected ideas. KoAnn Vikoren Skrzyniarz, founder of Sustainable Brands said: “This year, our fourth in the UK, we are excited to invite people outside their comfort zones and into the uncommon setting at the Beaumont Estate, where we will engage participants in seeing a new world of possibility for their brands and help them build a network of activators that can bring this possibility to life.”  

The conference theme: ‘How Now’ is set to explore and demonstrate how brands can tap into emerging innovation to successfully scale sustainability to the next level now to accelerate business success. Conference topics will include how to translate high level sustainability goals into brand strategies that work, how to prioritise and measure the ROI of sustainability initiatives and innovation, how to design brand led social movements that lead customers to see the business as an enabler of positive social change and more.

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