Meetup details changed: Lower price Nov 12 Green Business Summit 1111 PA Ave NW $199 using "Philo"

From: Philo C.
Sent on: Saturday, November 7, 2009 9:55 AM
I've updated this Meetup. For more details, see the full listing:
http://alternativeenergy.meetup.com/28/calendar/11736057/
GREEN BUSINESS SUMMIT II: The Business Case for Green Investments

The word "Philo" is now worth $100 off registration.

On Fri, Nov 6, 2009 at 5:46 PM, Alan Schlaifer <[address removed]> wrote:
> Philo
> All of your contacts should be made aware that they are considered coming through Strategic Partner [i.e. $199 dollars to register, not $299], namely you. In Special Instructions when they register, they should indicate "Philo." Thanks again!
> Best regards, Alan N. Schlaifer, President, Wharton Club of Washington, DC

Cost and Registration - www.whartondc.com/store.html?event_id=1756
$199 Strategic Partners - use "Philo" in special Instructions section of registration
also $199 for Government employess and Non-Profit employees
or sponsor website:

Schedule: Thursday November 12, 2009
7:00 - 8:20am ? Continental Breakfast and registration
8:20 - 8:30am ? Welcome from Wharton DC Club and Morgan Lewis
8:30 - 8:45am ? Special Introductory Speaker: James C. Dinegar, Jr.
8:45 - 9:15am ? Opening Keynote Speaker: Andrew Winston
9:30 - 10:45am ? CleanTech Panel
11:00 - 12:15pm ? Financing Panel
12:15 - 1:45pm ? Lunch and Keynote Speaker
1:45 - 3:00pm ? Government Panel
3:20 - 4:35pm ? Climate Change Panel
4:35 - 4:40pm ? Closing remarks from Wharton DC Club and Morgan Lewis
4:40 - 6:00pm ? Cocktail Reception and Networking

SUMMARY

This year?s conference examines the essential, interdependent elements of launching a sustainable Green Economy. With the American economy and companies of all sizes facing significant domestic and international challenges, executives and entrepreneurs proposing significant green investments and initiatives need to set forth an even more compelling business case to justify such investments.

Yet with the dramatic changes in Washington within the past year, including tens billions of dollars in potential funding for approved projects, other non-equity investment options exist (e.g., grants, loans, government lab assistance).

Two keynote speakers for the Green Business Summit, along with four expert panels, will focus on these major components that affect the business case for Green Investments

Special Introductory Speaker
James C. Dinegar, Jr., CAE, President and CEO,
Greater Washington Board of Trade

Morning Keynote
Andrew Winston, a Leading Consultant and Author of Green Recovery: Get Lean, Get Smart, and Emerge from the Downturn on Top, co-Author of Green to Gold, and much more. Click here to learn more about him.

Mid-Day Keynote: TBA
Steven M. Cohen, Partner & Co-Manager, Morgan Lewis Emerging Business & Technology Practice

Speakers During the Day

Don Dahn, Senior Vice President, East West Bank

Kevin Furnary, Chief Executive Officer, LEEP Holdings

Pandor Hadjy, Acting Deputy Administrator, Business Program, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Rural Development

Leslie Kass, Director, Business Policy and Programs, Nuclear Energy Institute

Kyle W. Kempf, Senior Director of Government Affairs, National Small Business Association

Stephen H. Kinney, Jr., Senior Counsel, Morgan Lewis Business & Finance Practice

Kenneth M. Kulak, Partner, Morgan Lewis Energy Practice

Bob Prantil, North Region Executive, GE Energy

Julia Pulzone, Managing Director, Global Environmental Fund (GEF)

Bill Rever, Director, Strategic Marketing, BP Solar

Ronald J. Tenpas, Partner, Morgan Lewis Environmental Litigation and Counsel

Register and pay at: www.whartondc.com/store.html?event_id=1756

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