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Why attend Verge San Francisco this year?

Greenbiz Group is a media and events company that focuses exclusively on sustainability and the competitive edge it brings to businesses. VERGE is GreenBiz Group’s global event series that showcases how technologies accelerate sustainability solutions across industries and sectors.

This year Verge San Francisco will be held at the Palace Hotel from October 27th to 30th. It will present transformative but practical, scalable, solutions-oriented discussions through six program tracks: distributed energy systems, next-gen buildings, resilient cities, sustainable mobility, smarter supply chains, and food and water systems. VERGE San Francisco will bring together the world’s largest companies, technology innovators, and cities, creating a broad ecosystem of players to accelerate opportunities for business, the environment, and society.

Among many others, Verge San Francisco will welcome on stage Mark Hatch, CEO of TechShop ; Deb Frodl, Global Executive Director, Ecomagination at GE and Jen Pahlka, Founder of Code for America

The three main reasons to attend this year’s event?

  • To understand critical trends that are emerging
  • To meet and interact with new leaders and experts on sustainability solutions
  • To acquire ready to use knowledge and best-practices from key experts

Obviously, VERGE San Francisco 2014 will be as insightful as the past years’ events.

PRIME is a proud partner of GreenBiz Group and if you want to attend Verge 2014, you can benefit from a 10% discount with our code VSF14PRIME. Hoping we will see you there!

VERGE San Francisco

October 27-30 | Palace Hotel, 2 New Montgomery Street San Francisco, CA 94105

To attend http://events.greenbiz.com/events/verge/san-francisco/2014/registration

10% Prime Discount code: VSF14PRIME

For more information, feel free to contact us!

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