Sunday, September 9, 2012

Green Business Seminar: Energy, Revenue, Cash Flow (Event)

Green Business Seminar: Energy, Revenue, Cash Flow will take place at the Northern Virginia Community College at the Schlesinger Center, Alexandria Campus, on October 23, 2012 from 8:00 AM to 11:30 AM. The Northern Virginia Community College (Alexandria Campus) and Relerience, a green energy consulting company, have formed a strategic alliance to provide a Green Business Seminar for the business community in Northern Virginia.

The Green Business Seminar will inform companies about labels. Specifically it will address Green Business Plans & Strategies Involving Green Energy solutions and energy management strategies, optimize resources, gain access to capital, attract more revenue, achieve business growth, and create jobs.

The event organizer is Gina Dennis, the CEO of Relerience. Approximately 1,000 executive leaders and business owners are expected to attend the Green Business Seminar.

Attendees include:
* Companies seeking alternative strategies to grow their customer base and increase cash flow.
* Companies interested in implementing green energy initiatives to increase their revenue.
* Companies interested in energy management strategies to increase access to capital.
* Defense contractors, restaurants, hotels, franchises, manufacturers, retailers and technology firms.
* Transportation companies, car dealerships, commercial banks and health care facilities.

To register click here.

Related Posts
Renewable Energy in 2012: The Global Economic and Environmental Climate
Renewable Energy Is Our Only Hope 
How the West can Capitalize on the Growth of Chinese Cleantech in 2012
Outlook for the Chinese Solar Industry in 2012
India is the World Leader in Cleantech Investment Growth
The EU Debt Crisis did Not Curb the Growth of Renewables in 2011
UK Renewable Energy 2011 Overview
UK Wind Energy
Cuts to UK Solar FiTs Could Prove Deadly
Cuts to UK Wind Power ROCs & FiTs
The Implications of the Expiration of US Renewable Energy Subsidies
Obama 2013 Budget Seeks to Make Renewable Tax Credits Permanent
US Wind Energy Market Review and Forecasts for 2012
US Solar Energy Review and 2012 Forecasts
Geothermal Energy Market Review and Forecasts for 2012
British Government to Lead the Green Economy
Market Forces and the UK's Green Deal
UK Government Investments in Efficiency and Renewable Energy
Corporate Sustainability is Driving Green Businesses in the UK
UK Renewable Energy 2011 Overview
Cuts to UK Wind Power ROCs & FiTs
UK Wind Energy
Cuts to UK Solar FiTs Could Prove Deadly
Scottish Wind Energy Can Power Europe
The Growth of London's Green Economy
The EU Debt Crisis did Not Curb the Growth of Renewables in 2011
Sustainability and the European Super Grid

No comments: