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SBA Invitation: Green is Good for Small Business Profits

Friday, October 17, 2014  
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SBA Region 8 Office

Green is Good for Small Business Profits

Take Two!Rescheduled for October 21st

You are invited to attend Green is Good for Small Business Profits—a free webinar sponsored by the US Small Business Administration Region 8 in Denver. Join national experts to gain tools on how to harness the benefits of ‘sustainable’ businesses practices.

Learn

---the economic value of implementing sustainable business practices.

---how social responsibility and a Small Business with Integrity strategy lead to stronger businesses and communities.

Obtain

---concrete examples of no cost/low cost opportunities for profit growth.

---links to leading-edge ‘green’ resources available specifically for small and mid-sized companies.

DATE and TIME: Tuesday, OCT 21, Noon Mountain Time/ 1PM Pacific

To connect to the Web Conference:
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Click here:https://connect16.uc.att.com/sba/meet/?ExEventID=87177912

TO CONNECT WITH YOUR *TELEPHONE ONLY* (no computer):
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1. Choose one of the following numbers to dial:
* Caller-Paid number: 646-746-3008
* Toll-Free Number (in USA): 888-858-2144.
* Blackberry (Caller-Paid): 6467463008x7177356#
* A number in your country or in a country close to you (may be toll free):https://www.teleconference.att.com/servlet/glbAccess?process=1&accessNumber=8888582144&accessCode=7177356

2. When prompted, enter the Meeting Access Code: 7177356#

Featured presenters:

Matt Varilek serves as the SBA’s Region VIII Administrator and is based in Denver. He oversees the agency’s capital, counseling, and contractingservices in Colorado, Montana, Utah, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming.

Matt Varilek serves as the SBA’s Region VIII Administrator and is based in Denver. He oversees the agency’s capital, counseling, and contractingservices in Colorado, Montana, Utah, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming.

Martha Young is an analyst and writer with over 20 years of experience in information technology, small to mid-sized enterprises and the full spectrum of energy technology.
As an analyst, her current project is co-producing pioneering research into the economic value of implementing sustainable business practices within the small and mid-sized enterprise community.

Graham Russell is a sustainable business professional and educator.He brings 25 years of CEO experience in small to mid-sized companies in the environmental services and transportation industries. Russell teaches sustainability at the University of Colorado Denver. He also manages the outreach and development efforts for the Managing for Sustainability program at the university.


Michael Green specializes in strengthening small and mid-sized businesses with the intent to build stronger, vibrant communities. As an activist, Green has played strategic roles in several of the largest national, as well as international campaigns dedicated to fighting climate change. Since 2012, he has served as a representative to the United Nations focusing on international climate science and policy.

Laury Hammel is the President and CEO of The Longfellow Clubs located in Utah and Massachusetts. Longfellow has been a national leader in the sustainable businessmovement for several decades.

 


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