Mastering the Green Business Challenge: How Industry Associations Can Help Members Go Green
Thursday, February 16, 2012 from 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM (EST)
Join us for an exciting panel discussion on...
How Industry Associations Can Help Members Go Green
Associations serve as learning communities where members share ideas, challenges and best practices. Learning what others are doing in your own industry and community to "go green" is a helpful way to adopt these strategies for your business.
Our esteemed panel are leaders representing the hotel, hospital, building and restaurant associations in Westchester County. Panelists will discuss how to best communicate to their members about going green and answer audience questions during an interactive and highly informative Q&A session.
- Lisa Corcoran, Director - NorMet Hospital Association and NorMet Patient Safety Institute
- Bill Muzzio - LEED AP, Senior Vice President, Construction & Development, SL Green Realty Corp., President of the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) of Westchester County
- Ronald Stytzer - Owner, Antun's of Westchester, Active Past President - New York State Restaurant Association, Westchester/Rockland Chapter (HOST)
8:00 - Continental breakfast
8:30 - Program
HOST - Antun’s of Westchester Catering is a full service on-site/off-site catering facility located in the heart of Westchester County. Antun’s Victorian mansion and private gardens cater to all types of social and corporate celebratory events from weddings to bar mitzvahs, birthdays to retirements, seminars to business meetings, and Antun’s famous Sunday Champagne Brunch. Antun's is an original member of the Westchester Green Business Challenge. View their case study here.
The Westchester Green Business Challenge, sponsored by ConEdison, is a joint initiative of Westchester County and The Business Council of Westchester. All Westchester businesses are invited to participate. Learn more
Con Edison is a subsidiary of Consolidated Edison, Inc. (NYSE:ED), the utility that provides electric, gas and steam service to more than 3 million customers in New York City and Westchester County. Learn more about ConEd commercial and industrial energy-efficiency programs.