If you’re looking for innovative green building solutions for your business and your community – or offering them, better register now for Green Trends 2014. Billed as Florida’s foremost green building conference and trade show, the event is taking place August 13-15 at the Ritz-Carlton in Sarasota.
Green Trends 2014 has a great deal to offer both environmentally responsible business owners and individual entrepreneurs. For example, in the exhibit hall you can connect with companies that offer innovative products and service that can help you create positive impacts.
The event will also feature engaging speakers to help broaden your knowledge of green building practices. Plus, there will be fun-filled, friendly social events where you can meet face-to-face with influential industry professionals. You can also attend as an exhibitor and promote your company’s products and/or services.
To be more specific, here is what attending Green Trends 2014 has to offer:
- Next level education – Learn more about green building trends and solutions by attending stimulating sessions with speakers on a wide variety of topics such as: net zero readiness, commercial retrofitting, advance building techniques and products that improve energy efficiency, future trends in land development, how to get the MLS and appraisers on board with green values, digital marketing with social media, and recent legislative policies that will impact the green building industry in the months and years ahead.
- A powerful network of green professionals – At Green Trends 2014, you’ll find dedicated professionals who are pushing the envelope and seeking successful, unique tools and resources to grow their businesses.
- The next generation of influential specifiers – Discover a diverse group of emerging green decision-makers looking for innovative and sustainable ideas to offer their clients.
- Prominent companies delivering innovative business solutions – Come face-to-face with trusted green companies able to solve your challenges and offer new perspectives on sustainable approaches.