Tomorrow, we’re kicking off the BSR Conference 2017 in Huntington Beach, California. Over the next three days, we’ll hear compelling stories from changemakers at companies, foundations, governments, and other organizations who are taking the lead and embracing the need to redefine sustainable business for an era of profound change and political and economic volatility. 

It all starts tomorrow evening with opening remarks from BSR President and CEO Aron Cramer, followed by a keynote speech from Former U.S. Vice President Al Gore. On Wednesday, we’ll hear from National Geographic Photographer Annie Griffiths and Microsoft’s Brad Smith, among many others. And Thursday we’ll feature a panel on Corporations and the Challenge of the Global Refugee Crisis, featuring TripAdvisor’s Stephen Kaufer, Mercy Corps’ Neal Keny-Guyer, and Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth’s Shamina Singh, as well as a presentation from Morgan Stanley’s Audrey Choi. We’ll close the Conference with a keynote address from Planned Parenthood’s Cecile Richards.

Whether you’re joining us in person or online, here are the best ways to follow along:

1. Catch the livestream.

We’ll broadcast our plenary sessions on Wednesday and Thursday in a live video feed. Visit the livestream registration page to sign up and join in.

2. Get social.

No matter your favorite social media platform, we’ll be there:

  • Twitter: We’ll live tweet nearly the entire event from @BSRnews using the hashtag #BSR17




     
  • Instagram: Follow our Instagram account, @bsrorg, for exclusive, behind-the-scenes looks at the Conference. Post your photos using #BSR17—and don’t forget to tag us!


     
  • Find out more information and join in the conversation on FacebookLinkedIn, and Flickr.

3. Ask questions. 

We’re opening up our plenary sessions for questions from Twitter—while you’re watching our livestream, ask our keynote speakers about their experiences using #BSR17.

4. Follow up.

We’ll have videos, wrap-ups, and other content available after the event, so be sure to visit the BSR blog, our YouTube channel, and the BSR Conference website.

Single-day passes are still available, so if you’re in the area, join us! Whether you’re with us in the plenary hall or participating virtually from your desk this week, we look forward to hearing your thoughts on #BSR17.