CleanTech OC hosts "Procurement Opportunities in Orange County: How to Become a Vendor to the Biggest Buyers in the Region."
Wednesday, March 9, 2011 from 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM (PST)
CleanTech OC Hosts
"Procurement Opportunities in Orange County:
How to Become a Vendor to the Biggest Buyers in the Region"
Wednesday, March 9, 2011
Program: 3:00 – 5:00 PM | Reception: 5:00 – 7:00 PM
Brandman University – 16355 Laguna Canyon Road, Irvine 92618
CleanTech OC is proud to present the first program in its new CleanTech Business Development Series: "Procurement Opportunities in Orange County: How to Become a Vendor to the Biggest Buyers in the Region." This panel discussion will feature procurement officials from some of the largest organizations in Orange County, including Southern California Edison, Disneyland Resort, the United States Navy, the County of Orange, and others. The program will address the following:
· How your company can become a preferred vendor.
· Meet and begin building relationships with buyers and procurement officials.
· What role sustainability and other “green” issues play in purchasing decisions.
· How the economic recovery will affect purchasing decisions this year and beyond.
The panel’s 90-minute prepared presentation will be followed by a 30-minute question and answer session, with further opportunities for interaction with the panel at the networking reception to follow.
CleanTech OC members attend free of charge, and non-members can take advantage of a limited number of Early Bird passes at $95 per person. This limited discount expires when Early Bird capacity is reached.. Afterwards, registration will be $120 per person. For more information, contact Taylor Honrath, Director of Development & Programs for CleanTech OC, at email@example.com, or 949.585.2988.
When & Where
Orange County Sustainability Council
The Orange County Sustainability Council seeks to help businesses and other organizations develop and implement meaningful sustainability programs. Building on the work of CleanTech OC’s highly successful Corporate Sustainability Officer Roundtable, the Council will develop a platform of sustainability best practices with tools that can be adopted by all sectors of the southern California community, particularly businesses, local governments, educational institutions, and non-profit organizations. The Council will act as a sounding board, an educational hub, and a mentor in promoting and maturing sustainability throughout Orange County and Southern California. Longer term, the Council’s goal is to establish a gold standard in community sustainability.