The Product Stewardship Society, the leading association for product stewardship professionals, announced today the rebranding of its annual conference from Product Stewardship to PSX. The rebranding of the conference reflects the Society’s commitment to driving the profession forward by providing even more resources, professional development, and networking opportunities than before that serve the needs of this growing global profession.
“The Product Stewardship Society is committed to providing our members and conference attendees the latest trends in education, valuable solutions to their daily challenges, and networking opportunities to deepen their knowledge and relationships,” said Adam Seery, CAE, Director of the Product Stewardship Society. “Our goal for PSX 2020 is to deliver not only the best learning and networking opportunities but also to be the industry’s most comprehensive leadership forum that provides strategies to guide product steward professionals in an ever-changing global economy.”
PSX 2020 will be held Sept. 15-17 in Houston, Texas, and will bring together professionals to exchange expertise, best practices, challenges, and developments in product stewardship. Building on its previous successes, PSX 2020 will deliver training and hands-on experiences, as well as a pre-conference course for the Certified Professional Product Steward (CPPS). CPPS, introduced recently in collaboration with the Board of Global EHS Credentialing, is the first credential of its kind, designed to provide product stewardship professionals with an opportunity to distinguish their expertise and build professional credibility within their organizations.
The Product Stewardship Society encourages product steward professionals to not only attend but to submit a proposal to present at the conference. The Request for Speaker Proposals opens January 31, with a submission deadline of March 2, 2020. Registration will open in April.