A special working session of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Annual Conference, organized in collaboration with the the Fourth Sector Group.
2:35 pm - 5:15 pm: Working Session
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm: Reception
A fourth sector of the economy has been growing for decades at the intersection of government, business, and nonprofits. These hybrid organizations, known as “for-benefit” enterprises, have been fueled by overwhelming demand from consumers, employees, investors, entrepreneurs, and millennials to solve social and environmental problems.
This action-oriented session will bring together leaders across all sectors who are committed to scaling business as a force for good. Participants will identify concrete opportunities for action and collaboration to advance their priorities while driving investment, entrepreneurship, job creation, and growth in the fourth sector.
Topics to be discussed include:
What opportunities will the anticipated trillions-of-dollars of fourth sector growth over the next decade present for businesses, government, and nonprofits?
What obstacles prevent for-benefit enterprises from achieving their full potential, and how can these be removed?
Workshop registrants are invited to attend the Opportunity Forward Conference Networking Reception from 5:15pm to 7:30pm.
Please note: A separate registration is required to attend the full Annual Conference program. Please contact CCC (CCC@uschamber.com) for more information. Annual conference attendees may attend the Fourth Sector Group workshop free of charge.