May 13, 2010
The CSU College of Business hosts the 2010 Marketing and Public Policy Conference in Denver, May 20-22. The conference delves into everything from the effects of young people being exposed to brand marketing; advertisements that promote poor health behavior; planned obsolescence vs. product sustainability; to public policy research and sustainability.
The Colorado State University's College of Business Marketing & Public Policy Conference is the premier event for the study of topics intersecting marketing, social, and public policy. The theme of this year's conference is, "Sustainability and Society."
The conference will be held at the Westin Tabor Center, 1672 Lawrence Street, Denver, May 20-22.
Now in its 21st year, the conference brings together an international roster of academics, marketing practitioners, government officials, consumer advocates, and legal professionals and to discuss current issues and research results.
Researchers and policy makers are being called on to accelerate innovative research, education, regulation, and communication that will foster a shift toward sustainable development and consumption. Accordingly, this year’s conference will highlight research aimed at guiding human-environment interactions in sustainable ways.
Contact: College of Business