Friday March 2nd 7:30-10:00am @SUNY Adirondack Regional Higher Education Center Room 128

This workshop provides a clear overview and a step-by-step guide explaining how to combine environmental with business sustainability in a “common sense” approach.

Many business leaders, small and large are concerned with how to balance the interests of the environment with the necessity to produce business results. The approach in this workshop outlines how to accomplish both. It is not an either/or approach … One is actually complimentary of the other.

This workshop is instructive and enlightening. Sustainability can be implemented by following a series of logical steps that are strategically driven.

Organizations that recognize that sustainability is not going away and position themselves as sustainable organizations will achieve a sizable competitive advantage. The organizations that capitalize on business sustainability will benefit not just by optimizing resources but by increasing their bottom line!

This highly interactive, hands-on workshop will address:

* What sustainability really means to your business.

* How your business can benefit from planning a sustainability strategy.

* How your business can effectively implement a strategy right away.

* How to create actionable steps specific to your business – steps you can begin to implement immediately to gain profitability and competitive advantages.
COST is $45 for Adirondack Chamber members and $75 for not-yet-members and all reservations made after February 29, 2012.

Reserve your seat by Wednesday, February 29th by printing a registration form HERE or contacting the Adirondack Chamber. Questions may be directed to Howard Litwak at 518-664-5033.

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  1. Dear Dr. Litwik,
    This is just a suggestion: please send this information to each counties Chamber of Commerce. If you are willing to give a lecture in Chenango, Broom or Otsego County I am sure your information will be put to good use and well attended by all Anti-Fracking groups. We need this more then ever in these areas of NYS. I am currentlly trying to get SUNY – Oneonta to come and see the SUNY- Adirondecks college and all they have accomplished with renewable energy. This would be another area that our state of NY could use a lecture on Sustainablilty.
    Mrs. Tammy Reiss

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