For its first foray in the American South, GreenTech 2017 was quite successful with a stellar lineup of speakers and a dozen exhibitors generating the interest of 140 people who registered for the event.
Knowledge and best practices, information sharing, and great networking – under bright sunny skies – were always on the agenda. Thank you to all of GreenTech’s speakers, exhibitors, attendees and sponsors, who contributed to the success of our 10th environmental conference.
Missed it? Read on the event’s highlights in the special edition of The Green Wave newsletter. You’ll find most of the presentations available for download.
We realize the bar has been set high for our next annual gathering, and we are counting on your presence at the Marriott Pinnacle, in Vancouver B.C., to ensure the success of GreenTech 2018.
Green Marine is pleased to welcome Sylvie Vachon as one of its directors. The Montreal Port Authority President and CEO was elected during the Annual General Meeting held on May 31, 2017, in Fort Lauderdale where Green Marine held its 10th annual conference, GreenTech 2017. “Sylvie Vachon’s nomination shows a high-level commitment to sustainability from […]
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