Next Generation Sustainability: Cutting Edge Practices for Small Business
This program is brought to you with the assistance of the Capella Group and the World Trade Center Seattle.
Thursday, March 27th, 2014
Networking & Breakfast - 7:30 AM
Program - 8:00 AM
Q&A - 9:00 AM
The environmental landscape is complex and ever-changing. Now more than ever, small businesses need accurate, timely information and resources to navigate through the next several years. Come learn about cutting edge information, resources and technologies that allow us to move from reactive to proactive and to the next level of sustainability for our environment.
Join us for an informative panel discussion followed by Q&A.
You'll Learn About:
-The implications of "Next Generation Sustainability" for small businesses
-Potential threats and opportunities coming from regulatory and compliance issues
-Resources for small businesses from key organizations in our region
-Where we'll be in 10 years as result of environment and sustainability concerns
-Paul Meyer,Seaport Environmental & Planning, Port of Seattle
-Charlie Cunniff, Deputy Director, Seattle 2030 District; Formerly Office of Economic Development, City of Seattle
-Steve Klein, CEO of Snohomish PUD
Moderator: -David Allen, Executive VP/Principal, McKinstry
$35 - WTCSE Members | $45 - Non-Members
Includes breakfast, networking, program, Q&A
Self parking is available in the WTCSE garage or by valet.
Questions: Contact Michelle Kim:
World Trade Center Seattle - Holland America Line Executive Dining Room (View)
2200 Alaskan Way #410
Seattle, WA 98121