The annual Green Festival returns to New York City’s Javits Center this April and if you missed last year’s event, there’s a new reason to attend this time around. On Friday, April 19th, the Festival will feature B2B Green Trade Day – dedicated to bringing together Green Festival exhibitors to sell and take orders from regional retail store buyers. It’s a great opportunity to expand your green West Palm Beach business’ client base.
There are plenty of other reasons to attend Green Festival New York which runs from April 19-21. As usual, the festival will feature many favorite activities and events, including:
- Keynote presentations from social and environmental authors, industry leaders, experts, advocates and celebrities – this year including such luminaries as Katrina vanden Heuvel of The Nation, Francis Moore Lappe, author of Diet for a Small Planet, and many more yet to be announced.
- Hands-on do-it-yourself workshops;
- Eco-fashion exhibits;
- The Sierra Club Cinema;
- Organic, vegetarian and vegan food court;
- Live music;
- Organic beer and wine garden; and
- The nationally known Green Marketplace featuring products and services from local, regional and national green sustainable businesses and organizations.
In general, Green Festival offers entrepreneurs and business owners a great networking opportunity. You can exhibit and promote your green business alongside crowd-pleasing exhibitor demonstration areas ranging from home installations, eco-fashion displays and jewelry to home and office food preparation and more.
For more information on Green Festival NYC or to register as an exhibitor, click here. Throughout the year, we’ll be providing information about other Green Festivals being held in Chicago, Washington D.C., Los Angeles and San Francisco. So stay tuned!
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