ECO-LUX:  Opportunity Green Biz Conference in L.A.

Sustainable business objectives continue to be the forward-thinking approach in today’s world. For those of you eco-LUXies who have a calling to contribute to the green initiatives within business, this up and coming conference this weekend in Los Angeles could be just for you!

Opportunity Green Business Conference will be held November 7-8. The focus is to forge more ‘strategic partnerships and explore the latest in sustainable strategies and best practices to lead your organization to success.’ You’ll have access to the eco-trends of tomorrow and how technology continues to help lead the way for continued green advancements.

Expect to see many of the big names represented, such as: Johnson & Johnson, Nike, Procter & Gamble, BusinessWeek, NASA,, Barneys New York, and many more. There will also be companies that are new and upcoming represented to provide innovative ways of looking at this opportunity for ‘green’ and sustainable business. One of the underground representatives includes Annie Leonard, of the Story of Stuff. She has had over 7 million views of her online tutorial of the current system we‘ve been living in, and how we can impact positive change for our planet, to check it out go to The Story of Stuff. Another of our FAVs include Causecast, which we have showcased on LadyLUX before.

It’s perfect for the eco-entrepreneurial that has a commitment to our planet and for turning businesses into an opportunity to stand for positive action and change. So if that sounds like you, you can register by clicking HERE. Full price registration is $995 for both days, which includes organic meals and an open bar at the after-party! This will be a perfect opportunity to rub shoulders with those of like-minded focus. Be sure to register by the end of the day though, sale ends at midnight tonight! There’s also a full-time student discount at $495.

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So LUXies, what do you think of this green conference? Is it something that you might be interested in or can support? Be sure to pass this on to extend awareness to all those that might be interested!

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