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Go green, make green
Go green, make green

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - How do you market your green business without mowing down all your hard earned green? Join SBNCA for our monthly “lunch and learn” how to sustain your marketing effectiveness in this new (and green) marketplace.

Janie Pritchett-Clark is a 30-year veteran of the advertising industry. She is the publisher of the Arkansas greenZine, the only carbon neutral green magazine in the Natural state, which is going into its second year. She also publishes the Northwest Arkansas Business to Business (NwaB2B) guide focused on small business and entrepreneurs. Janie will share industry trends and tips on targeting green consumers, ideas for building a marketing foundation, and gaining awareness in your marketplace.

The workshop is Tuesday, April 12 from 12-1pm at the Arkansas Studies Institute (401 President Clinton Avenue, Little Rock). Paid parking is available in the River Market parking deck, Library parking lot, River Market parking lot, private lots, or street parking.  The workshop costs $10/person and you can RSVP to info@sbnca.org.  Space is limited and reservations and pre-payment are required.  Don't forget to bring your lunch.

Area businesses launched the nonprofit membership-based organization, Sustainable Business Network of Central Arkansas (SBNCA), in January 2010 to promote sustainable business practices. Members include businesses, nonprofits and government institutions.

Please visit our website at http://www.sbnca.org or find us on Facebook, connect on LinkedIn, or follow us on Twitter. The SBNCA website Calendar includes a schedule of upcoming trainings, workshops, and other events. 

For more information, tips and guidance on sustainable business practices, visit the Network’s Resources page.