NEW YORK, Feb. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- CraigMichaels, Inc. is honored to announce that President Bill Clinton will be the Keynote speaker at the 2010 Sustainable Operations Summit. The fifth annual summit will take place May 16-18th at the Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort in San Antonio, TX.
The invitation-only summit brings together key leadership from North America's largest & most influential organizations to share best practices that benefit both the environment and the bottom line. The summit aligns executives and administrators from both the private & public sectors to discuss a number of critical environmental issues with a focus on green building, energy management and resource conservation. The theme for this year's summit is ROI: Reduce our Impact…Return on Investment.
"We are truly privileged to have President Clinton joining us at this year's summit. With an attendance of less than 300 people this will be a very exciting and unforgettable experience for all involved," says Michael P. Owens, producer of the annual summit. "Amongst his numerous humanitarian endeavors, President Clinton launched the Clinton Climate Initiative to combat climate change in practical, measurable, and significant ways…and what they have accomplished in less than four years is beyond inspirational."
Since its launch in 2006, the Sustainable Operations Summit has welcomed some of the most visionary minds from the world of sustainability. President Clinton not only continues this tradition but once again solidifies the summit as one of the most respected environmental conferences today. Previous speakers at the Sustainable Operations Summit have included: Al Gore, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., David Suzuki, Paul Hawken, Ray Anderson, and Amory Lovins to name but a few.
For more information about the Sustainable Operations Summit or other CraigMichaels events please visit www.craigmichaelsinc.com.
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CraigMichaels is a leading producer of executive business events for senior-level decision makers. The company has redefined the concept of conferences, trade shows and expos into more effective and rewarding "Summits" and "Forums".
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