NBJ Summit Extension: Leadership Secrets from Top CEOs - Growing Your Business (and your career) in 2011 and Beyond

Nutrition Business Journal is hosting the second annual NBJ Summit Extension: Leadership Secrets from Top CEOs - Growing Your Business (and your career) in 2011 and Beyond on Thursday, October 14, 2010 from 4:00 p.m. - 6 p.m. in room 251 at Expo East in Boston. Prior to this event is the first NBJ Summit Extension: Going Global: Taking Your Business Overseas & Getting it Right the First Time

Growing a business in the nutrition industry isn’t as easy as it used to be. With overall growth in the single digits and high double-digit growth increasingly hard to achieve, it pays to learn from top leaders in the market today

Join a panel of successful nutrition industry CEOs and hear how they rose up to where they are and how they’re staying put. How to identify emerging trends, integrate them into your business and capitalize will be the focus on this session. Panelists will also discuss how they’ve built businesses in the highly competitive and convoluted nutrition industry. Supplement, food and personal care CEOs on the panel will answer questions in a very interactive session with the attendees.

Moderator: Patrick Rea, Publisher, Nutrition Business Journal


Loren Seth Goldman is President and TeaEO of Honest Tea, the company he co-founded out of his home in 1998 with Professor Barry Nalebuff of the Yale School of Management. Honest Tea is the nation’s best-selling organic bottled tea company, with products distributed through more than 30,000 outlets in every state, as well as overseas.

Loren Robert Orr is the co-founder and Chairman of Ocean Nutrition Canada Limited the world’s largest ingredient supplier of Omega 3 EPA & DHA from fish oil, to the Dietary Supplement and Functional food Industry. Robert Orr’s management career spans over 30 years at the senior management level in the nutritional ingredient, marine biotech, food retailing, food wholesaling and retail advertising industries. .

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