Need an excuse for a business and pleasure trip to the Orlando, Florida area? Two upcoming green business conferences provide just the ticket.
The first is Sustainability in Packaging 2014 set for March 5-7, 2014 at the Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld in Orlando.
There you can network with more than 250+ of the most creative people in the packaging and sustainability industries, hear the latest successes and challenges facing leading brands, converters and packaging innovators striving for sustainable and profitable packaging.
Nearly 50 experts from diverse organization such as The Coca-Cola Company, Safeway, the NRDC, Waste Management, Zappos and the U.S. Department of Defense will be there to provide presentations, workshops, networking events, panel discussions, Q&A sessions, and more.
For more details about the Conference including the agenda, pricing, sponsorship and exhibition opportunities, and registration, click here.
Another great networking opportunity is at the annual Southeast Recycling Conference (SERC) & Trade Show in nearby Destin, Florida at the Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort & Spa. The Conference is scheduled for March 9-12 and the Trade Show for March 9-11.
Each year, the Conference informs the public and private sectors of the economic and environmental significance of recycling and waste reduction in the Southeast and SERC 2014 promises to be better than ever.
It will bring together industry leaders, recycling officials and hundreds of entrepreneurs and exhibitors, offering focused educational sessions and information about the latest recycling products, equipment and services aimed at helping you profit from this growing, green industry.
For more information about SERC 2014 or to register to attend, click here.
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