Sustainable Enterprise Conference
Now in it's tenth year, the day-long Sustainable Enterprise Conference is the North Bay’s premiere networking event for business, government, education, and community leaders seeking inspiration and education about green trends, policies and products. Over 30 speakers, 300 attendees and 40 exhibitors are expected.
This year’s program theme, Capital for a Sustainable Future, provides insights for organizations and individuals seeking the latest information on how innovation and sustainability will drive the economy while preserving the resources needed for a prosperous future.
2015 Conference Program
The 10th Annual Sustainable Enterprise Conference is about meeting inspiring people and finding about what some of our leading companies are doing to produce the necessary changes. It’s about finding ways our businesses, our government agencies and our community can work together to reboot our economy and put it on the necessary path.
Our keynote speakers will inspire and inform you:
CEO | Traditional Medicinals
Blair came to Traditional Medicinals® in May 2008 as its CEO – taking the reins from co-founder Drake Sadler for the first time since Traditional Medicinals® was founded in 1974. Traditional Medicinals pioneered the herbal medicinal tea category and is now the 5th largest bagged tea company in the US and is distributed in over 50,000 retail outlets. The company is most proud of its leadership in environmental and social sustainability and is the #1 seller of organic tea in the US and the #1 seller of herbal fair trade in the US.
Founder | Essential Knowledge for Transition
Marco came to the US as a Fulbright scholar in mathematics and economics at the University of California in Berkeley. After a stint in the financial industry, Marco worked as visual artist on a full-time basis for 5 years and obtained a MFA focusing on the intersection between public art and ecology. Marco is currently developing Essential Knowledge for Transition – a curriculum for engaged citizens to understand the money and banking system, the economic system and the financial system and how we need to transform them.
Your registration includes breakfast, lunch, beverages, and reception. To bring you a sampling of North Bay foods we reach out to North Bay top brands including Taylor Maid Farms, Amy's Kitchen, Straus Organic Creamery, Traditional Medicinals, and Mycopia Mushrooms. The event team at Sally Tomatoes sources fresh local ingredients for our lunch - good fuel for a great day.