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PHILADELPHIA—Like other companies in the Impact Economy, Shinola is “doing good while doing well.” On April 13, Shinola President Jacques Panis discuss the company’s history, its manufacturing roots in Detroit and its social purpose and impact strategy with the Wharton School of Business.
Womble Carlyle Director of Impact Strategies Mark Newberg will facilitate the conversation, which is presented by the Wharton Social Impact Club and the Wharton Marketing Club.
Shinola offers clean, classic designs in luxury products. The company is perhaps best known for its line of wristwatches, but it also sells leather goods, bicycles, journals, jewelry, and more. The company is credited with bringing hundreds of manufacturing jobs back to Detroit.
Mark Newberg is Director of Impact Strategies for Womble Carlyle, where he is helping launch an Impact Economy practice and develop an integrated Impact Team that is dedicated to powering commerce in the Impact Economy.
Click here to learn more about Womble Carlyle’s Impact Economy Practice.