Who we are

Green Light for Business is a nonprofit association established in 2008 by a group of international students at Bocconi University in Milan with the objective of “inspiring engagement in green business”. This association prepares tomorrow’s leaders and decision makers in facing environmental challenges.



Green Light for Business is divided into four functional areas:

Events 

The events team organizes conferences and workshops on green-related issues to allow members and everyone interested to keep an eye on current trends and forecast future states of the world. Talking with professionals from the field is an extremely valuable opportunity in order to approach green jobs and develop soft skills in the area of relationship management and networking.

Green Campus 

Green campus serve as a source of innovative ideas to improve the environmental footprint of Bocconi: the association works as a medium between students and the University's Dean, CEO and Sustainability Committee with the aim of fully implement our innovative projects.

Knowledge and Relations 

keeps on building and maintaining our network with like-minded people, organizations and businesses worldwide as well as providing the association with information in form of research papers and presentations to stay up to date on current issues around the field of sustainability.

Communications 

The communications area is subdivided into the blog, social media and web analytics
The blog team maintains our website with over 200.000 clicks and publishes articles every Sunday as well as a monthly newsletter reaching over 200 current and past association members as well as former guests and professors. 
The social media team creates content for our Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn channels, all of which have a great reach among the Bocconi community and promotes the associations activities.
To track our progress on all channels, we further established a Web Analytics team keeping track of all our activities and creating regular update letters and semiannual summaries.