Concord, New Hampshire – At New Hampshire Businesses for Social Responsibility’s 5th Annual Sustainability Slam, sixteen companies and nonprofits took to the stage to share their sustainability stories with impact. These finalists were selected to present based on the innovativeness, success and scalability of their sustainability initiatives. Each finalist competed live against another company or organization in their presenting category (environment, community, workplace or nonprofit), while the audience voted in real time for the night’s winners.
Held at LaBelle Winery on November 7, 2019, the Slam also featured opportunities for attendees to network and learn from each other throughout the evening.
NHBR would like to congratulate 2019’s Slam Winners:
Hanover Co-op Food Stores (lg company ) and Genuine Local (sm company)
Liberty Utilities (lg company) and Sunrise Labs (sm company)
ReVision Energy (lg company) and Jack’s Pizza (sm company)
Goodwill of NNE (lg organization) and The Friends Program (sm organization)
Your company or nonprofit could join the ranks of these inspiring sustainability leaders. Any local business can submit their sustainability story at NHBSR’s Just One Thing Campaign, nhbsr.org/JOT, for a chance to present their own fast-paced and high-energy sustainability performance on stage next fall.
2019’s Sustainability Slam is made possible by the generous support of presenting sponsor Velcro Companies as well as sponsorship from New Hampshire Public Radio, New Hampshire Business Review, Fiddlehead Magazine, Gravity Group New England, BerryDunn, Wire Belt, Mascoma Bank, Pete and Gerry’s Organics, Timberland, W.S. Badger, John Benford Photography, Image 4, Monadnock Paper Mills, Sweaty Turtle Entertainment, 36creative and Sunrise Labs.
New Hampshire Businesses for Social Responsibility, a member-based, non-profit organization, convenes, inspires and supports businesses and community stakeholders to build a more sustainable and prosperous state for all. More information on NHBSR and upcoming events, resources and membership can be found at nhbsr.org.
NHBSR’s Just One Thing Sustainability Slam showcases leading sustainability efforts with impact on our environment, workplaces and communities. For more information visit nhbs.org/JOT.
Please contact Michelle Veasey at 603-391-8471 or email at email@example.com if you have any questions or would like more information.
Photo Credits: John Benford Photography
Photo 1: Winners Dee Cleary and Jill Urban of Sunrise Labs presented a story on their composting program.
Photo 2: The audience voted live for the 2019 Sustainability Slam winners.
Photo 3: 2019 Sustainability Slam attendees at LaBelle Winery.
Photo 4: The Slam featured attendee networking opportunities throughout the night.