USGBC wants YOU to attend Green Business Boot Camp

USGBC wants YOU to attend Green Business Boot Camp

Illustration by USGBC

It is an exciting time in the green industry. 

The U.S. Green Building Council’s Green Building Economic Impact Study recently found that the green construction growth rate is rapidly outpacing that of conventional construction. Total state earnings related to LEED building construction projects are estimated to total $8.4 million by 2018.

In addition, the portfolio of tools and resources to advance the green marketplace continues to grow with LEED v4, SITES, PEER, Parksmart and other systems supported by GBCI.

Green business leaders are invited to join USGBC for a series of Green Business Boot Camps. The highly specialized, intensive, interactive, four-hour training will provide LEED practitioners, project teams, service providers and developers an opportunity to learn ways to grow their business through the expanding suite of tools offered by GBCI.

Attendees will receive a crash course on each of the new offerings that builds upon their knowledge of LEED. Led by USGBC’s regional team for the southern U.S., participants will discover how to advance green buildings, communities and cities as part of your green business strategy.

Afterward, a Boot Camp Unwind reception will be held for participants to relax and connect with colleagues. For credential holders, four hours of GBCI general CEU credit will be provided.

Below are upcoming Green Business Boot Camps:
    1    Wed., September 20: Charlotte, North Carolina, in conjunction with the Green Gala and Sustainable Business Awards
    2    Wed., October 4: Austin, Texas
    3    Thurs., October 5: Dallas, Texas
    4    Wed., October 11: Miami, Florida, in conjunction with Gala Verde LEEDership Awards
    5    Thurs., November 30: Washington, D.C.
    6    Tues., December 5: Atlanta, Georgia, in conjunction with 2017 Red and Green Scene

Topics: Architectural Firms, Associations / Organizations, Certifications, Construction Firms, Consulting - Green & Sustainable Strategies and Solutions, Sustainable Communities, Urban Planning and Design, USGBC

Companies: U.S. Green Building Council

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