Finding Meaningful Purpose in Business. That is the focus for this month’s Regis Networking Group meeting, and how it all relates back to Conscious Capitalism, how leaders are embracing better, more ethical ways of doing business while enhancing their competitive stake in the marketplace.
Thursday February 16, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM MST
Regis University, Main Hall, Room 333
3333 Regis Blvd.
Main Hall, Room 333
Denver, CO 80221
This month’s featured speaker, Derek Scarth, is the Managing Director of Inspire Capital Partners, a company that invests in high integrity firms around the globe. Mr. Scarth is a Regis University alumnus, receiving a degree from Regis University, as well as from the University of Denver — Daniels College of Business (MSM). In addition, he is a board member of the John J. Sullivan Endowed Chair for Free Enterprise at Regis University.
Derek is a co-founder of the Denver Financial Consortium, which is a local (Denver area) group designed to bring the best and brightest of Denver’s business environment together to network, promote business opportunities, and address the pressing issues within our community.
In the spirit of one of Regis University’s core value – “How Ought We to Live?” — Derek will discuss:
- Is Capitalism broken?
- Profits and purpose doesn’t have to be an either/or question.
- Stakeholder business models vs. Stockholder business models.
- Next Gen Leaders vs. Thinkers.
We look forward to seeing you! Register Now.