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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Apr 07, 2016-
Apr 07, 2016
08:00AM - 05:00PM
2016 Sustainable Enterprise Conference
The North Bay's premiere green business forum.
Sonoma,
SOMO Village Event Center
Event Description

The 11th Annual Sustainable Enterprise Conference is about meeting inspiring people and finding out how North Bay businesses, government agencies and our communities are working together to build a resilient economy, secure a local food system, and mitigate global climate events. The keynotes will address the role of policy in sustainability, explore how sustainability can go mainstream, and highlight opportunities in locally generated renewable energy.

Full Event Details: http://sustainableenterpriseconference.com/

The 2016 theme "One Planet for a Sustainable Future" presents how financial, natural, and social capital work together to build prosperous communities.

The program day includes breakfast, lunch and a reception and we include multiple breaks and opportunity for networking. The full schedule includes over 30 speakers.

Greening your business represents the biggest economic opportunity of the 21st century. Already, the companies that have successfully integrated sustainability practices are establishing themselves as industry leaders.

Now in its eleventh year, the Sustainable Enterprise Conference has long been the premium convening of leaders in the fastest growing segment in the economy--green business. This year's theme, One Planet for a Sustainable Future, will feature Keynotes from Elizabeth Gore, Entrepreneur in Residence at Dell Computes and Maureen Sedonaen, President & CEO Goodwill SF-San Mateo-Marin. North Bay entrepreneurs and small business owners looking to capitalize on the localization movement will attend. 
Fee: $99.00

Contact Information
Name: Oren Wool     Email: info@contactsec.com
Phone: 707-636-4732

 

 

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