What is “Good Profit”?
Coined by Charles Koch in his 2015 New York Times Bestseller by the same name, ‘Good Profit’ refers to his personal business philosophy, Market-Based Management. Koch believes that business is a noble pursuit that has the capacity to improve the world when entrepreneurship and innovation are placed at the service of humanity. These ideas form the basis for an exciting program in which synergies with Catholic social teaching are explored and developed over three days in Washington, D.C., hosted by The Busch School of Business and Economics and the Napa Institute.
Questions We’ll Address
What are the limits to profit as a measure of the health of a business? What is the difference between creating goods and services that customers value and freely choose, versus rent-seeking and exploitation? What is the relationship between entrepreneurship and the creativity of work? What is the business community’s duty to workers displaced by market innovation? …. and more!
Why Join Us?
The Good Profit conference seeks to empower leaders in business, academia, and community life, as well as those in political, religious and non-profit arenas, to contribute to a robust and fully humane economy. Over three days hear from dozens of dynamic speakers, engage in stimulating discussions, and benefit from opportunities for prayer and reflection.
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Charles G. Koch / Speaker
“The role of business in society is to help people improve their lives by providing products and services they value more highly than their alternatives, and to do so while consuming fewer resources.”
By engaging in topics that have practical implications for our businesses, our communities and the world, as well as meeting with others dedicated to making a positive impact on society, this event is more than a conference—it’s a launching point for change!
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