Regenerative Business 101 at Impact Hub NYC
Regenerative Business 101
A free workshop by Ethan Roland Soloviev of Terra Genesis International. Tuesday November 24, 4:00 – 5:30pm, Impact Hub Bazaar – 394 Broadway, Floor 5, New York, NY 10013Sustainable is not Enough. Regenerative Businesses add value to all players in their ecosystem on an ongoing basis, while growing their earnings and margins. How do they do it?
Come learn the 3 core qualities of a Regenerative Business, plus 6 characteristics that differentiate Regenerative Businesses from “social” business and “business as usual.” The workshop will show you how to track your own enterprise’s development of the 6 characteristics, and identify opportunities to move further towards regeneration.
Results: Businesses that grow to embody the 3 qualities and 6 characteristics will experience significant benefits. Clients of the Carol Sanford Institute, leader in Regenerative Business Education, reports results of increased effectiveness and innovation, non-displaceability in their target market, and 30-65% revenue growth annually. RSVP by Twitter: @Terra_Genesis Regenerative Business 101 – Workshop by Ethan Roland Soloviev of Terra Genesis International. Tuesday November 24, 4:00 – 5:30pm, Impact Hub Bazaar – 394 Broadway, Floor 5, New York, NY 10013
Office Hours: Regenerative Business & Regenerative Supply Chains
Ethan Roland Soloviev will also host open office hours at the Impact Bazaar from 2:00 – 4:00pm. Topics include:
- How to make your business regenerative
- Supply chain assessment: Is your supply chain good for the world?
- Systems of supply: From extractive to regenerative
- 8 Forms of capital consulting
Office hours are open on a first-come-first-served basis. Reserve a timeslot by Twitter: @Terra_Genesis Ethan Roland Soloviev is a Supply Chain Designer and CFO at Terra Genesis International. With experience in 31 countries, he develops regenerative supply and agriculture systems for start-ups, multi-nationals, and investors around the world. Ethan is the co-author of Regenerative Enterprise and an Associate of the Carol Sanford Institute.