13 years, Lifestyles of Health and Sustainability
(LOHAS) has brought together top-level business leaders from
multinational corporations, mid-sized companies, entrepreneurs, as well
as celebrities and executives of non-profit organizations active in the
areas of health and wellness products, sustainable business and social
consciousness. The LOHAS Forum
features highly influential speakers and panelists who address and
explore some of today's most prominent issues and business challenges,
in the world of health and wellness. Other events include musical
performances, culinary experiences, demonstrations and networking
Forum provides a cross section of executives like no other, and is
known for fantastic networking with decision makers who are interested
in LOHAS business. Countless deals and successful relationships have
manifested as a direct result of participating in the LOHAS Forum.
Forum has sold out the last 2 years. Last year we had over 560
executive attendees and 360 companies represented. Over 40% are CEO’s,
presidents and business owners. We strive to provide a welcoming
atmosphere of inspiration and dialogue that will educate and motivate
change. Register now to save your spot!
Lifestyles of Health and Sustainability
(LOHAS) announced today the full LOHAS Forum program, featuring the
debut of the LOHAS Venture Capital Fair. Through partnership with the
Nutrition Capital Network, an organization that facilitates financing
of next generation organic and health and wellness brands, LOHAS aims
to unite potential investors with entrepreneurs and continue expanding
the $209 billion LOHAS marketplace. Additionally, the full LOHAS Forum
line-up of world-class speakers includes top executives from Wal-Mart,
Coca Cola, MINI, Facebook, Saatchi & SaatchiS, Gaiam, eBay, Method,
Organic Valley, among others.
As a setting for ‘green’
influencers to share insights on a broad selection of topics ranging
from the Obama campaign’s communication strategy to the sustainable
plastics revolution to MINI’s minimalistic approach, attendees and
speakers are encouraged to share their experience through a live
Twitter feed (http://twitter.com/lohasforum and http://www.modernstorytellers.com/lohas) that
will be displayed on-location throughout the event.
additions include Mallika Chopra exploring how the social media
explosion relates to consciousness; National Geographic explorer Wade
Davis discussing the deterioration of native people’s indigenous
wisdom; and eBay’s Amy Skoczlas Cole evaluating the importance of
evolving a company’s mainstream messaging.For more the full LOHAS Forum program and to register visit www.lohas.com.