This year the Go Green Conference is coming to Seattle on Wednesday, April 20 2011 and runs from 8:30-5:00pm. With a great number of well known speakers such as Ben Packard (VP of Global Responsibility for Starbucks), Jill Bamburg (Dean of Academic Affairs and Founding Faculty Member of Bainbridge Graduate Institute), as well as representatives from local government, REI and small businesses around Seattle.
Event: Seattle Go Green 2011 Conference Date: Wednesday, April 20 2011 Location: The Conference Center at 8th and Pike Street, 3rd Floor
“GoGreen ’11 Seattle is a one day sustainability conference for business in Seattle on Wednesday, April 20, 2011 built to motivate, inspire, and educate business owners to ‘go green’ and become more sustainable. As an action-oriented, non-typical conference, GoGreen ’11 Seattle teaches tactical steps on how to ‘green’ your business and provides actionable next steps to sustainability for business owners and decision makers.
Attendees will learn from live success stories and participate in panel discussions geared to provide solid takeaways to make any size of business the most sustainable that it can be. The GoGreen Conference will feature over 50 business leader speakers and 15 different sessions on how to build sustainability into your business.”
Held at the LEED certified Seattle Conference Center in the heart of Downtown Seattle, this years Go Green Conference looks to be a powerhouse of green programs for business and corporations looking to increase their green street cred. More than just talk or networking, this conference can give you the tools and know how to effectively run a green business or green-up an existing business without sacrificing profits or your bottom line.
Covering a wide array of topics from incorporating sustainability into company culture, to greening support services and transportation, this conference has something for everyone. Visit the Seattle GoGreen website for more details and the list of speakers and programs.