The Macomb County Chamber will host the fifth annual All Things Green Business Conference & Expo on Thursday, April 11, at the IBEW-NECA Electrical Industry Training Center in Warren at 2277 East 11 Mile Road.
Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel will deliver opening remarks and Matt Roush, technology editor for WWJ News Radio 950, will moderate the event.
This year’s conference, geared to small and mid-sized businesses, focuses on energy and cost saving strategies along with green products and technology displays from industry leaders.
“This content has relevance and value across the board,” said Grace Shore, Macomb County Chamber CEO. “Whether you are a business owner, facility manager, contractor, educator, legislator or civil engineer, everyone is concerned with saving energy and saving money.”
Attendees will learn how to reduce energy cost and operating expenses as well as how to find financing for their next project. Important energy policy updates will be discussed and real life case studies explored.
Tickets for the half day event are just $10 and include a light breakfast and lunch. Register online at www.macombcountychamber.com. For sponsorship or exhibit space, phone Jeffrey Wasser at (586) 493-7600.
About the Macomb County Chamber
The Macomb County Chamber creates a positive and sustainable business environment throughout Michigan’s third largest county. The Chamber’s ongoing initiatives to expand commerce and advocate for economic growth both nurture and enhance the region’s business vitality and quality of life.
Source: Macomb County Chamber