(PRESS RELEASE – January 9, 2010) – EcoTuesday – Professional Networking Organization announces that all events are FREE during first quarter of 2010 to prepare for its 3rd Year Anniversary.
EcoTuesday, a structured networking event for sustainable business leaders that takes place on the fourth Tuesday of the month in cities across the country, announced today that four new cities will launch in January and February, participants can get news the new “EcoTuesday Local Blogs,” and all monthly events across the country are FREE during the first quarter of 2010.
Professional sustainable business leaders in Berkeley, Cleveland, Dallas, and Portland now have the opportunity to network with others, introduce themselves to a roomful of people during the “Introduction Circle”, and learn about the cutting edges of sustainability from an expert each month. EcoTuesday will launch in Dallas and Portland in January and in Berkeley and Cleveland in February, for a grand total of 10 cities across the country.
EcoTuesday also announced the launch of the “EcoTuesday Local Blogs” on its site, which feature posts from Ambassadors in EcoTuesday cities across the country. Blog posts focus on sustainability issues, trends and news in each city, in addition to details about the monthly events. Participants can read the blogs in their own city using the site’s “Local” tab, or see the blog posts from all Ambassadors across the country by using the “Blog” tab.
To celebrate its 3-year anniversary in February, EcoTuesday events will be free in January, February, and March.
EcoTuesday was created to offer sustainable business leaders a forum to network, collaborate and engage with others to create products and services that make a positive impact on the world. “Sustainability is the most important topic of our time. It has a direct connection to the wars in the world, our food and educational systems, equality, peace and justice. We are creating our future with each conversation we have and changing our business models and structures to work positively for people and the planet will make a tremendous impact,” said Nikki Pava, President, EcoTuesday. “For the last three years, EcoTuesday has brought people together to have these groundbreaking conversations, and we look forward to making this possible for more people to connect with one another, through both our website and through our monthly events in new cities.”
â€¨EcoTuesday is committed to changing the way people do business. The monthly event provides a structured environment where sustainable business leaders network with one another and gain insight from industry thought-leaders and trendsetters. Everyone in the room quickly learns about everyone else during the “introduction circle”. EcoTuesday connects participants between events, serves as a hub for conversations and showcases local businesses. EcoTuesday events are held in Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Portland, San Francisco, and Silicon Valley on the fourth Tuesday of each month.
To learn more & RSVP to EcoTuesday events, please visit: www.ecotuesday.com.