You know the drill. You've been to one of our Green Intelligent Buildings conferences before. The keynote and workshops, the flexible two-tracked seminars, the food, the networking receptions ... it's a good couple of days.
Now, while we all know money is tight everywhere these days, we also know you will pick up at least one or two new ideas, technologies, and/or contacts at this year's event that will more than justify the expense. The insights and connections you take away will make you more valuable to your own organization, too. And in this climate, that's a true win/win.
With that in mind, I'm offering you a past-attendee discount of 50%. That's down to $247.50 for registration, instead of $495. Just use the code "BEVERLY50" when you're registering.
The newest addition is our keynote speaker, Kathleen Hogan. Hogan is the Director of Climate Protection Partnerships for the EPA. That includes programs such as Energy Star, and she'll bring a perspective on present and future public/private efforts that has never been more timely for our crowd.
Beyond the keynote and the two workshop topics to choose from, this spring's schedule (link at bottom) will reveal the new speakers and updated topics, along with and returning controls and integration experts addressing the latest opportunities in our two seminar tracks.
Have a look, and use the discount code to cut your registration in half. That offer is only good through February 27, so now is the time to sign up and plan to join us for another instructive, enjoyable event.
See you in Arlington!