On Thursday 4 September InterfaceFLOR will offer a unique opportunity to hear from the worldï¿½s leading voice on how business and the environment can co-exist. Don’t miss out, register now.
August 20th, 2008
Founder and Chairman of InterfaceFLOR, ‘corporate evangelist for sustainability’ Ray Anderson, will be visiting Sydney from 3 – 4 September 2008.
In his presentation Under a Sustainable Flag: Leading the Next Industrial Revolution, Anderson will uncover the true rewards that rewriting the rules can bring.
A key advisor to the Clinton Administration, Anderson is recognised as one of the world’s most environmentally progressive leaders.
Named one of TIME Magazine’s ‘Heroes of the Evironment’ he has won a number of awards including the prestigious George and Cynthia Mitchell International Prize for Sustainable Development and the SAM-SPG Sustainability Leadership Award.
Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity, register today to attend the event.
WHERE: MCA Foundation Hall, Level 1, Museum of Contemporary Art West Circular Quay, The Rocks, NSW 2000
WHEN : Thursday 4th September 2008
TIME: 5.30pm arrival for a 6.00pm start
Tickets include a complimentary drink on arrival.
To register visit www.nextrevolution.com.au
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