On Tuesday, Nov. 1 from 4-6 p.m., CoreNet Global's Greater Salt Lake Chapter is presenting a discussion about corporate expansion in Utah. Sponsored by Oracle, the event features comments from Jonathan Francom, of Adobe Systems; Matt Burke, of Nuskin; and Bryce Lyman and Dale Bills, of City Creek Reserve Inc. They will discuss corporate expansion and the major development projects they are involved in.
The event will be held at 9350 South 150 East, Suite 600 in Sandy. Send an email to email@example.com to RSVP. The event is free for members and $20 for end-user non-members, $40 for service provider non-members in advance, $30 for end-user non-members and $60 for service provider non-members at the door.
CoreNet Global is the world's leading association for corporate real estate professionals and service providers. The organization exists to provide corporate real estate users with learning and networking opportunities to help them create strategic value for their enterprises.
And then on Thursday, Nov. 10, the Community Foundation of Utah, Morgan Stanley Bank, N.A. and Zions Bank are sponsoring a community dialogue regarding "social enterprise." The dialogue will be led by Carla Javits, CEO of REFD and a national leader in the growing movement of philanthro-capitalism.
Social enterprises are a new approach to solving our long-standing social problems; they create a sustainable, positive, impact on people and communities by creating jobs for individuals who have been shut out of the workforce and, in the process, help nonprofit organizations reduce their dependence on annual donations.
The community dialogue will be held from 9-10:30 a.m. in the Founders Room of Zions Bank, One South Main Street, Salt Lake City.
REDF is a California-based venture philanthropy organization that invests in nonprofit-run businesses. REDF helps to create and grow 'double bottom line' enterprises that earn income while employing people with high barriers to employment and self-sufficiency.
Ms. Javits is committed to building the field of social enterprise. She will share REDF's extensive, multi-year studies, how this model creates high social and financial return, and how our region can benefit from this approach. Social enterprise has the potential to help Utahns with histories of incarceration, homelessness, or limited education to successfully retain employment. The Community Foundation of Utah, Morgan Stanley Bank, N.A. and Zions Bank sincerely hope that you will be a part of this groundbreaking discussion. Please RSVP using this link.