In his talk about social good, Dale Partridge explains the pattern of conscious capitalism over time and his own journey to blend purpose and profit. The Sevenly founder discusses the concept of people over profit and the shift towards good we are experiencing in business.
The speaker talks about what he calls the "bright counterpart," which says brands will pay more to be honest and have integrity, be contract-free and do not just care about their customers, but the world at large. The talk about social good sees this as a time-tested pattern and identifies pattern of movement as something that gets rid of uncertainty and enables consumers to trust brands, using Netflix and Airbnb as examples. The entrepreneur goes on to state organizations function in four cyclical eras that he describes in a historical context.