Join SBN’s GSI Partners on Wednesday, January 24 at Temple Center City for our first Quarterly Meeting of 2018!

 

What can businesses and other organizations do to bring maintenance to the forefront across the GSI industry? We will wrap up our quarterly theme on the value of maintenance with a panel discussion focused on how businesses, public officials, and community members and organizations can bring maintenance to the forefront by elevating its value in the workforce, through contracts, and in financing processes that span a GSI project’s entire timeline. LandStudies Inc., Water Logs LLC, TEND landscape, and Philadelphia Water Department will share their perspectives and experiences in a panel discussion alongside other GSI Partners with opportunities for attendees to join the conversation. 

 

Additionally, on the agenda are GSI Partners programmatic updates and structured time for engaging and conversing with your peers.

 

8:00 AM – Doors Open
8:30 AM – Agenda Begins
10:30 AM – End

 

Register Here

 

Free to members; $25 to non-members.
Breakfast and coffee will be provided.

 

The GSI Partners, a signature program of the Sustainable Business Network of Greater Philadelphia (SBN), is a network of local businesses in the green stormwater infrastructure industry, including firms in GSI design, construction, and maintenance, as well as material supply. Green City Clean Waters, the City of Philadelphia’s comprehensive nature-based stormwater management plan, sets a 25-year vision for environmental, social, and economic benefits for our city and region. SBN supports this triple bottom line plan, and is working to support its successful implementation.

 

SBN approaches this work through a number of activities designed to support the growth of the local industry and the advancement of innovation. We connect our members with each other, prospective clients and other collaborators, and decision-makers, as well as to meaningful content and resources; we promote our members to each other and to prospective clients, as well as promote the triple bottom line benefits of green stormwater infrastructure; and we advocate on our members’ behalf while also incorporating feedback from other key stakeholders.