Andrew Winston, Leading Green Advisor to Top Companies, Keynotes Green Business Summit
Andrew Winston, Author of Green Recovery & Co-Author, Green to Gold
to Deliver Opening Keynote at Wharton Club's Green Business Summit 2:
The Business Case for Green Investments
Andrew Winston is a globally recognized expert on how business can profit from thinking green. He is the co-author of the best-seller Green to Gold and author of Green Recovery, a guide to surviving – and thriving – in an economic downturn.
Andrew is dedicated to helping companies use environmental strategy to grow and create enduring value for their customers, employees, communities, and shareholders. He bases his work on significant in-company experience; his earlier career included advising companies on corporate strategy while at Boston Consulting Group and management positions in strategy and marketing at Time Warner and MTV.
Today he advises some of the world’s biggest companies – including Bank of America, Pepsi, HP, and Boeing – and speaks to audiences around the world, combining passion and practicality into an entertaining and strategic review of the greening of business and society. Andrew received his BA in Economics from Princeton, an MBA from Columbia, and a Masters of Environmental Management from Yale. He was also a Keynote Speaker two years ago at Wharton's Global Forum in Costa Rica on "Business & The Environment."
Green Recovery: Get Lean, Get Smart, and Emerge from the Downturn on Top
By Andrew Winston, environmental strategist
This engaging talk by a globally recognized speaker and green business expert demonstrates the importance of environmental strategy in hard times, and shows you how leading companies...
- Get Lean: Amp up your energy and resource efficiency to survive tough times
- Get Smart: Use environmental data about products and supply chains for competitive advantage
- Get Creative: Rejuvenate your innovation efforts by asking heretical questions such as “How might we operate with no fossil fuels?”
- Get Going: Engage and excite employees to solve the company’s, the customer’s, and the world’s environmental challenges