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Shades of Green Co-Founders Discuss Alternative Energy

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Once upon a time there were three little CEOs, one blue, one red, and one green. Guess who won the boxing match for commercial success…the GREEN one, of course! But why, you ask? Because green has a great story to tell. There is real emotion behind saving the planet for future generations, and we greenies just love getting all worked up about it….hold on….. Oy vey, I am so vaklempt I've got chills!.....DOES ANYONE HAVE A TISSUE?....Oh well, I'll just have to use my organic cotton shirt sleeve. But you see, our guests really know how to develop a green business, sharpen up a business plan, and tell the story to the market. Uch, could you just die? Let's give them a round of applause….Bravo! Bravo!....You guys are so FABulous!!!...... Guest Speakers: Chris Marentis is the Founder and CEO of GenNext Media LLC, a revolutionary information services and interactive media and marketing company. Bill Bean is President of Green Planning & Coaching a Massachusetts-based company that “Helps people capture the vision for their Green business initiatives and build better plans faster to achieve them.” His career began in Strategic Planning for International Paper Company in Manhattan (a Fortune 500 Company) in their Wood Products Group. To date he has over 30 years in the field in territory sales, sales management, division management (a $150,000,000 responsibility) and customized consulting, coaching and training with for profit and nonprofit organizations. Throughout his career he has developed business plans and built and managed the teams to execute them to; increase sales, introduce new products and commercialize new technologies throughout the US and Canada. His planning engagements range from entrepreneurs to small businesses (“green” and other) to divisions of multibillion dollar corporations.
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