Green is good for business: panel will reveal how IT is leading the way

New York-based Frost & Sullivan will hold a panel discussion, Techno-Green: The ICT Fabric Underlying Environmental Innovations, at its third annual Growth Innovation and Leadership 2007 event.

By Manufacturing Business Technology Staff August 30, 2007

New York-based Frost & Sullivan will hold a panel discussion, Techno-Green: The ICT Fabric Underlying Environmental Innovations, at its third annual Growth Innovation and Leadership 2007 event.
The ICT panel discussion will take place at the Hyatt Regency in Monterey, Calif., September 16-18.
Moderated by Brian Cotton, Ph.D., VP of ICT Growth Consulting for Frost & Sullivan, the event will focus on how information and communications technologies (ICT) are being applied in innovative ways to solve global environmental problems, as well as how companies of all sizes are using ICT to power what is called “The Green Revolution.”
During this discussion, industry leaders will participate in a panel discussion on three top challenges:
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Panelists also will discuss their own best practices in the industry, and make money doing it.
More info: stacie.jones@frost.com