Are you a business owner in Northern Colorado? Are you interested in ways that you can reduce your environmental impact, but still concerned that you might not have sufficient revenue to make these changes cost effective?
If so, makes plants to attend this year's Green Summit on April 8th, as the speakers, panelists, and more than 30 exhibitors will demonstrate how to make business changes that will reduce environmental impact and potentially add to your bottom line.
The Northern Colorado Green Summit, presented for the fourth year by the Northern Colorado Business Report, is giving business the means to go green. The event is a full-day conference which will be held April 8 at the Drake Centre, 802 W. Drake Road, Fort Collins.
Panel topics include:
Green for Green: financing, funding, tax credits, rebates and grants to green light your green project
Developing Green Streams: Re-tooling services, products and people to create new revenue streams
Green Marketing: Establishing an ethical green brand campaign mixed with media and methods for sustainable marketing
Debunking green myths
During High Five for Green Success 15 companies who are giants in sustainability success will deliver action plans and resources for engaging employees and building a lean green machine.
Other Green Summit activities include:
Secure document shredding and e-waste recycling for attendees and exhibitors
Presentation of the Poudre Valley REA Beyond the Limits Award at lunch
2010 Climate Wise EnvirOvation awards reception hosted by the city of Fort Collins The event is free with pre-registration.
Registration for the Green Summit, which includes breakfast and lunch, is $49, and is open online at www.NCBR.com, under Events on the homepage. Deadline to reserve your seat is April 6. The 2009 Green Summit event sold out.