The Ceres Conference 2017 will take place on April 26–27 at the Westin St. Francis Hotel in San Francisco, CA.

The Conference will convene a unique group of corporate sustainability leaders, representatives from leading institutional investors, and environmental advocates from a wide range of NGOs to mobilize action around the world’s most significant sustainability challenges. This year’s theme, Sustainability is the Bottom Line, will encompass a broad range of topics including disruptive technologies, best water management practices, corporate governance strategies, and social equity within the supply chain, and will demonstrate the value – for both both companies and our planet – of building a more sustainable global economy. Don’t miss out on this exciting and exclusive opportunity to support Ceres!


  1. Highlight your sustainability leadership for a diverse audience of more than 600 corporate and investor leaders
  2. Increase visibility of your company’s commitment to addressing environmental and social challenges
  3. Showcase your company’s innovation and creativity by exhibiting your latest sustainability products and services
  4. Elevate the status of company representatives during networking opportunities with other top-level executives at the Conference
  5. Expand your online reach to new and existing followers through Ceres’ social community of over 50,000 people

EARLY COMMITMENT ADVANTAGE: Confirm your sponsorship by December 1, 2016 and your company’s logo will be included in an email blast received by more than
30,000 people announcing Conference registration.

For a for full breakdown of benefits at each sponsor level, please click here.

Sponsorship Levels Available:


Sponsors of the Ceres Conference 2017 receive a combination of registration benefits, pre-event benefits, and on-site benefits for the event. For a for full breakdown of benefits at each sponsor level, please click here.

Past Ceres Conference sponsors include: Bank of America, PG&E, Prudential, Pepsico, Wells Fargo, Intel, Citi, Ford, JP Morgan, Bloomberg, General Motors, General Mills, Levi Strauss & Co., Disney, Nike