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Coming Up: Opportunity Green Los Angeles

| Monday October 12th, 2009 | 2 Comments

opp-green.jpgOne of the few complaints I’ve had this conference season is the relatively small number of conferences taking place outside the San Francisco Bay Area. Though it’s nice to be at the center of the action, it sometimes feels a little like the choir is preaching to itself. Karen Solomon, the mastermind behind Opportunity Green agrees, and has put together what will be arguably one of this year’s most exciting events – November 7-8 at UCLA in Los Angeles.

LA is the center of the world’s popular culture and a global trend setter in business, communications and entertainment. So, getting forward thinking business people together there to talk about making business greener on a larger scale not only makes sense, it’s critical. The attendee list is a who’s who of business large and small, those you might think of as having green at their soul and many you might identify as newcomers to the conversation. Most importantly, in it’s third year, the conference aims to make a larger splash than ever this year bringing new media attention to sustainable efforts by companies, entrepreneurs, and change agents of all stripes.

tour-de-OGTwo special things this year: First, 3p is proud to be able to offer you a 30% discount on admission by using the code “TripleP30“. Just REGISTER HERE. Second, yours truly will be helping to rally a group of about 30 green business leaders in cycling the California Coast from San Francisco to Los Angeles over 5 days leading up to the conference. The ride will be a high profile opportunity to network with some of the most devoted conference participants, get some great media coverage (right here on Triple Pundit) and have some fun while we’re at it. If you’re interested in the ride, you can register here or get in touch with me personally. More to come!


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  • Gaia

    The “Register Here” link for the OppGreen conference isn’t active…

    • Nick Aster