Luke Hinkle speaks at Harvard Business School, Tuesday September 13th 2011
Case Study Night with Three Small Green/Renewable Companies
Be part of a fun, interactive Case Night program examining the next steps for three local small green/renewable companies.
Date: Tuesday, September 13, 2011
Time: 5:30 – 8:00 p.m.
5:30 – 6:30 p.m.: Check-in and Networking (Sandwich buffett served)
6:30 – 8:00 p.m.: Program
Location: HBS, Room TBD
Come meet three exciting CEOs and Founders:
Alex Whitmore, Co-founder & Managing Director of Taza Chocolate, stone ground organic chocolate
Chris van Vleck, President of West Falmouth Energy, Inc., fire logs and cooking briquettes for the heating and outdoor cooking markets
Luke Hinkle, President of My Generation Energy, solar energy installation
You will hear the stories of how their companies got started, how they are succeeding in today’s competitive environment and where they go from here.
Each CEO will provide an introduction to their company.
A question will then be presented to the program attendees relating to next steps for the growth of the companies.
The attendees will break up into small groups to discuss how the three companies should proceed with the issue raised followed by a facilitated discussion of the question by the attendees.
The three CEOs will then give their perspective to the issues raised by the question.
Be a part of this highly interactive discussion of a core issue for the future success of these companies and meet the CEOs who have created the companies.
HBSAB is proud to co-sponsor this program with the Sustainable Business Network (SBN) and the HBS Green Business Alumni Association (GBAA).