The CEO and founder of Christie Communications picked up the Joe Nida Entrepreneurial Spirit Award at the Clean Business Investment Summit held this year in Santa Barbara.
Christie Communications describe themselves as a full-service agency offering everything from the strategic approach to the tactical. Their site notes there is nothing they can’t do.
The agency has worked with the South African Rooibos PK Limited and the Gourmet Garden HErb and Spice Blends company from Australia.
Jerry Knotts, the President and CEO of the California Coast Venture Forum, said, “Gillian has worked with unflagging enthusiasm, drive, and dedication to promote the principles of ethical, Clean Business for decades,” and “We are honored to acknowledge these efforts and salute her as an example of the power of Clean Business to improve conditions in society and build a better future.”
The Clean Business Investment Summit id designed to align the power of capital and clean business principles. The goal is to invest in clean tech, green, socially responsible and sustainable enterprises.
In Pure Spirit
A community agency won a prize designed to reward those investing in clean and green technologies as well as socially responsible and sustainable enterprises. Do you think they had a natural advantage over manufacturing firms?
Or can agencies like Christie Communications achieve great success for green causes by reminding the public of its importance?