SAVE THE DATE: SEPTEMBER 25-27, 2017

This Summit brings business leaders together from across the world for three days. Participants will work interactively to apply regenerative principles to their business and will form new alliances to transform their industries through innovative disruption.

Sept 25th, 2017 | 6 p.m. – 9 p.m.

The Summit will open with an awards dinner, to honor the Regenerative Business Prize honoree, and six finalists. This evening will serve as an introduction to fundamentals of regenerative business, and will offer excellent networking opportunities in a celebratory environment.

September 26th, 2017 | 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

The day begins with breakfast and a plenary “fishbowl”, in which Carol Sanford will engage a business on stage in a regenerative self-assessment.

A breakout “fishbowl” session will follow, grouping participants by the value-adding business stream in which their business lives: fooding, sheltering, transacting, adoring, recreating, communing. In these breakouts—as in the plenary—businesses at the center of each fishbowl will engage in regenerative inquiry with a member of the Regenerative Business Alliance. Fellow participants in their value-adding business stream will learn from their example.

After a networking lunch, participants will experience a second plenary. Another business will work through the regenerative principles on stage with Carol Sanford. A second breakout “fishbowl” will follow. You will have the option to explore a new value-adding business stream in this breakout, or dive deeper into the one you began with a new group.

Please note: you will have the opportunity to place your business at the center of a plenary or breakout “fishbowl” when you register for the Summit. (Subject to availability)

Optional: We’ll select a restaurant as a meeting spot for those who’d like to keep talking over dinner on Thursday night. (This meal is not included in registration.)

September 27th, 2017 | 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

The last day begins with breakfast and one last interactive plenary. Then, through participatory reflection, each participant will uncover key directions they intend to pursue coming out of the Summit with an emphasis on business initiatives for regenerative change.

The Summit will end with important shifts in thinking, and new alliances to support regenerative work into the future.

Curious to learn more about the “fishbowl” sessions? Click here.

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2016 Participating Businesses NeillRegenerative Design GroupBrass Castle PartnersPDE Total Energy SolutionsImlak'esh OrganicsOrchard Supply HardwarePeaceworkPEMCO Insurance AgencyGaia U InternationalSecond Use Building MaterialsCaruhRevitaliza ConsultoresComcastRE Farm CafeOn Safari FoodsLush CosmeticsCommunity Sourced CapitalIsland Developments LimitedJohnny's LuncheonettePadma Food and BeverageLocal Practice Architecture + DesignInternational Living Futures InstituteTerra Genesis InternationalOpen MediaRegenesisGridSTAR CenterT-MobileConservation DevelopmentEvrnuCapsci HealthNaturefyTwo WolvesOmega Center for Sustainable LivingYellow SeedManens-TifsSecond Line DesignsIsland Developments LimitedBiggerstaff ConstructionConservation Design ForumGuckenheimerHKSSeventh GenerationSoma Integral ConsultingThe Decurion CorporationRASATDA_BoulderGolden Coast MeadEqogoFrutas y Carnes LimitadaThe Alinker InventionsTaller13CyclEffectEjido VerdeThompson Management Phipps Conservatory and Botanical GardensRincon-Vitova InsectariesRF BINDERVeterans Experience OfficeInstitute for the Built EnvironmentValeo GroupPeaceworkSan Francisco Kites & ToysKaosPilotsTheo ChocolateHigh End Market PlaceJendoco ConstructionGroveHerban FeastCareOregonMOXY MoneySuperego, LLCThe Integral CenterRegenerative Capital, LLCKindling MediaEpicycledKannaImpact Hub Oakland