Jamba Juice’s James D. White and Ron Johnson of Enjoy Take the Stage at 2015 Conscious Capitalism CEO Summit

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Conscious business leaders convening in Austin, Texas, October 6 - 8, 2015, for the 9th CEO Summit

Jamba Juice Chairman, President and CEO, James D. White

Jamba Juice Chairman, President and CEO, James D. White

We will continue to announce purpose-driven, inspiring presenters and practicum leads who are solving challenges and innovating.

Conscious Capitalism, Inc. CEO Doug Rauch announced that Jamba Juice Chairman, President and CEO James D. White and Ron Johnson, founder and CEO of Enjoy, former Apple executive team member and former CEO of JCPenney, are joining the conversation at the Ninth Annual CEO Summit: Breakthroughs, Powered by Conscious Capitalism, October 6 - 8, 2015, at the Hyatt Lost Pines, just outside of Austin, Texas.

Rauch commented, “James' personal values and desire to improve the lives of others has guided Jamba's turnaround and system-wide growth to over 860 locations in the U.S. and internationally, and garnered him numerous awards, including San Francisco's Most Admired CEO Award.” Rauch continued, “We're delighted that James will be sharing his wisdom from the stage this year.”

Ron Johnson is the founder and CEO of Enjoy, a personal commerce platform designed to change the way we buy things that matter, and founding partner of Johnson + Partners, a venture partner firm that brings new ideas to the marketplace. “Throughout Ron’s rich career trajectory including as Apple executive team member, instrumental in creating and leading Apple's retail stores, and former CEO of JCPenney, Ron has consistently exemplified and embodied values-based innovation,” Rauch commented. “We look forward to a personal conversation with Ron about conscious business.”

The Conscious Capitalism CEO Summit is open to CEOs and presidents of companies with annual operating revenues of at least $5 million. For more information about the 2015 Conscious Capitalism CEO Summit, visit the Conscious Capitalism web site, http://www.consciouscapitalism.org.
Rauch concluded, “We will continue to announce purpose-driven, inspiring presenters and practicum leads who are solving challenges and innovating.”

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About Conscious Capitalism: Conscious Capitalism is a movement dedicated to elevating humanity through business.

Conscious Capitalism, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to cultivating the theory and practice of Conscious Capitalism through events, presentations, publications and social media. We also support an emerging network of Conscious Capitalism Chapters, which serve as communities of inquiry for business leaders, entrepreneurs, coaches, consultants, and others.

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