FEX Community – Social Purpose in Family Enterprise
February 10 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EST
Does your family business have a social purpose? A social purpose business is an enterprise that supports creating a better world. It is an engine for good, creating societal benefits by the very act of conducting business. Its growth is a positive force in society. Businesses around the world are redefining their role in society to foster business and societal success. They are adopting a “social purpose” to navigate turbulent times and attract & engage top talent and customers.
To learn more about adopting a social purpose in your family business please join FEX and our family business community as we hear from Monika Marcovici, Social Purpose Strategist of the Social Purpose Institute United Way and from our panel, Karen Bichin, David Yochlowitz and Mike Yochlowitz of ABC Recycling. Our panel will dive into topics such as how do we incorporate social purpose initiatives into our own family enterprises? How do family businesses shift their culture to incorporate social purpose?
Wednesday, February 10, 2021
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM EST
Who Can Attend
Our entire FEX community is invited to attend.
Zoom - from the comfort of your home
Moderator and Panelists
Social Purpose Strategist at the Social Purpose Institute
Monika started her career in high tech, then made the decision to align her professional career with her values and co-founded the Board of Change with the goal of leveraging the immense power of the business community to create a more inclusive, resilient and sustainable future. She is now the Social Purpose Strategist at the Social Purpose Institute, where she is helping to accelerate a Purpose Led economy. She specializes in working with business leaders to define, articulate and implement their company's own unique Social Purpose.
Started in 1912 and now operated by the fourth generation of family members, David Yochlowitz, Mike Yochlowitz and Karen Bichin, ABC Recycling exists to preserve the world’s resources, building thriving communities by accelerating metal recycling. Their strong commitment to giving back to the community is rooted in the family’s tradition tzedakah, or charity.