The quality of speakers, exhibitors, and resources packed into this two-day live event is something that builders, architects, designers and others involved in green building shouldn’t miss.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) May 13, 2010
GreenExpo365.com will open the doors to its second virtual tradeshow this year – the 2010 Spring Live Event – Wednesday, June 2, and Thursday, June 3. The event will feature six new webinars from today’s green building industry thought leaders, including best-selling author and noted architect Sarah Susanka, David Kohler of the Kohler Company, and Michelle Desiderio of the NAHB. Attendees also can visit the booths of new exhibitors Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) and BASF, as well as access fresh booth content from existing exhibitors. http://www.greenexpo365.com
“The quality of speakers, exhibitors, and resources packed into this two-day live event is something that builders, architects, designers and others involved in green building shouldn’t miss,” says GreenExpo365.com’s Scott Donnelly. “With these insiders, along with the community element in the blogs, resources, and forum discussions, people have the opportunity to increase their knowledge of sustainability to make good decisions in the growing green building market.”
From the ease of their desks, attendees can visit exhibitors’ booths to engage in one-on-one conversations about the latest environmentally responsible building products and practices or visit the networking lounge for discussion of green building topics – all without the hassle, cost and environmental impacts of traveling to conventional tradeshows.
The live webinars have a limited number of open slots, and interested participants are encouraged to arrive at the GreenExpo365.com Auditorium early. Each webinar is recorded and made available to all registered users in the “On Demand” section, usually within 48 hours. A complete schedule of the speakers is available on the Web site.
In addition, GreenExpo365.com attendees can share their opinions and dialogue with industry experts year-around through built-in blogs and forums, and receive regular updates through other social media feeds like Twitter.
Two additional Live Events are scheduled in 2010, along with regular webinars and discussions to keep users at the forefront of environmental design and building.
Registration is FREE and open for anyone to join at http://www.greenexpo365.com.
Developer of the GreenExpo365.com online tradeshow and forum, i365Tech provides architects and residential and commercial contractors with the latest information and resources on green building products and practices, along with Web-based workshops and discussion forums. http://www.greenexpo365.com
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