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Area Group Promotes Conscious Leadership

Area business leaders are invited to join the Indianapolis Chapter of Conscious Capitalism for an upcoming leadership experience beginning at 5 p.m. on July 11 at The Vogue. The events feature talks from leaders of area organizations that embody the definition of conscious business.

This month’s event will feature leaders from Indianapolisbased Morales Group and One Click, an innovative e-retailer. Focusing on the topic of “We” not “Me,” the panel’s members will include One Click’s Angie Stocklin, COO and co-founder, Geoff Zentz, director of customer happiness and Nichole Westrom, customer happiness team leader.

The organization defines conscious leaders as pioneers and stewards that keep businesses focused on their purpose and also foster support among individuals in the organization in order to create value for all interested parties, as well as a “culture of trust and care.” Through education and inspiration, the group aims to promote responsible business practices and civic involvement. Dress for this event is casual. Light appetizers will be provided and a cash bar will be available.

Cost: $30. Location: 6259 N. College Ave. For more information, call The Vogue 317-259-7029, email or visit

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