Networking Events are held the 1st Tuesday of Each Month
Owning a business based on living a sustainable life means you better walk the walk when it comes to "greening" your business operations! Ryan North has striven to do just that! Since 2006, the owners of Moss Envy have searched for and made business decisions that echo their commitment to sustainability! From the bathroom to the break room and from paper to policies, Moss Envy's has lowered the profile of their eco-footprint. Join Ryan online this Tuesday to find out how your business can make a difference! Learn the tricks, tips, and tools it takes to tip toe instead of stomp when it comes to your businesses' impact on our planet.
Although Free, Registration is required. Detailed instructions for attending this free webinar will be emailed to registered attendees prior to the event.
Free Webinar - Registration Now Closed
Sure, the Go Local, Grow Local conference will provide you with new insights, ideas and inspiration. But what really sets this event apart is practicality. Every session is designed to offer you specific actions that will yield tangible results for your organization, community or business. Presentations are brief and provide practical guidance while setting the stage for dialogue and action. You'll be a participant, not just an attendee.
If you're engaged in (or looking to start) a buy local campaign, economic development work, Main Street program, Chamber of Commerce, other work supporting independent businesses or operating one, you'll find this a valuable and unique event.
- Learn how to organize a successful IBA or educational campaign in your community or get the latest innovations to ramp up the power of your existing campaign.
- Participate in candid, nuts-and-bolts discussions about what’s been tried, what works…and what doesn’t with IBA directors and other Localization Movement leaders from around the country.
- Energize yourself by spending 2½ days with some of the most inspiring and fun people you’ll ever meet!
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