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Swap, Don’t Shop: Making Green in the Sharing Economy
   
From Stephen Colbert’s Toasterster to Peer-to-Peer Banking, collaborative consumption is changing the way we think about ownership and opportunity. [CBSAC/NY event]

Join us as a new generation of entrepreneurs reveals how they capitalize on helping consumers share, sell, barter and swap their way to better lives in a world where access trumps ownership.

MAKING GREEN
FROM GREEN

Date:  Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Time:
6:00-6:30 Doors Open and Early Networking
6:30-8:00 Program
8:00-9:30 Reception and Networking

Location:  PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP 300 Madison Avenue, PwC Auditorium
SW Corner of 42nd Street

Cost $25 CBSAC/NY Members, MCC Members, NYBSC Members, Princeton Green Resources Group Members,  GreenSpaces Members and IDSA/ NYC Members & Students and the Columbia Venture Community; $40 non-members; $60 at the door. 

Join CBSAC/NY

Advance registration  closed at 12:00 noon today.  You will be able to purchase a ticket at the door for the higher walk-in rate of $60.

 Before you go, see Marcia Robbins comments on this event.

MODERATOR
• Cameron Tonkinwise, Ph.D.,
Chair, Design Thinking and Sustainability, School of Design
Strategies, Parsons

PANELISTS
• Adam Black,
Founder/CEO,
KeyWifi.com
• Jennifer Lee (CBS ’08),
Founder,
ClosetRaid.co
• Odile Beniflah,
Senior Product Manager,
Carpooling.com
• Ron J. Williams,
CEO, SnapGoods.com


SPECIAL FEATURE
REGIFT SWAP “Bring a regift. Take a regift.” What’s gathering dust at home may be just what someone else needs! Bring an unwrapped new or gently used “regift” ($25 or under) to swap with others during the networking event. (Unclaimed gifts will be donated to Housing Works.)

EXCLUSIVE RECEPTION EXTRAS
• Sustainable local food provided by biochef Ula Robertson and At Your Service Catering, Food Sponsor for Season 3 of Making Green from Green.
• Valuable ideas and advice from Green Entrepreneur and Career Coach, Stefan Doering
• Innovative shapers of the Sharing Economy: KeyWifi.com, Carpooling.com, Green Spaces and more

Fourth Event of a Six-Part Series on Sustainable Business
Future topics include Transportation (5/17), and Green and the 2012 Election (6/12).

For more information: sustainablebusiness@cbsacny.org.

Follow us and the Making Green from Green series on Twitter @ CBSACNY_SBC, #MGFG and the club on Facebook.

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NON-MEMBERS and WALK-INS WELCOME (photo ID required)

Special thanks to GreenSpaces and Green Resources Forum, and Industrial Designers Society of America/NYC Chapter, media sponsors for this event. Many thanks to PwC, our Making Green from Green Season 3 sponsor, for hosting the event series. Thanks to McLaren Engineering Group for hosting our committee meetings and Manhattan Chamber of Commerce for their support.

This event was organized by Jacquie Ottman, Jeff Dubin, Nicole Rousseau, Brent Peich and the Sustainable Business Committee.

Event Information
EVENT DATE:
Tuesday, Apr 24 2012
6:00pm [ iCal ]
LOCATION:
PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP
300 Madison Avenue PwC Auditorium
New York, NY 10017

Look Who's Coming:
Guest of Arlene Bassett
Guest of Natalie Trojan
Shelby Ahern
KeyWifi.com
Mohamed Ali
Natalie Allan
PwC
Jesse Ash
Marcie Avram
Robin Barton
Arlene Bassett
Greeter
Odile Beniflah
Carpooling.com
Deborah Bernick
Greeter
Adam Black
KeyWifi.com
Lewis Blaustein
Paul Bocheck, Ph.D.
Darren Bounds
Benay Brotman
Laura Bucko
Manhattan Chamber of Commerce
Pamela Capalad
Jacqueline Chu
Robert Clark
Maggie Clarke
Lauren Cook
PwC
Eve Coulson
Burton Cromer
Catherine Del Spina Shereshewsky
NEXTLIFE
Stefan Doering
Stefan Doering
Jeffrey Dubin
Sam Dwyer
Econsulatncy
Megan Farrell
PwC
Manuela Fassbender
MBF Trend Consulting
Marissa Feinberg
Green Spaces
Stephen Feldman
Mary Catherine Fixel
PwC
Flore Fouret
Joy Fournier
Kristen Fujii
Maria Gagos
Greeter
Guillaume Gauthereau
Sequoia Lab
Jess Gehl
PwC
Raz Godelnik
Matthew Gordon
Michelle Hardy
Amy Hebard
Vreni Hommes
Cassidy Hooker
J. Ottman Consulting
Bradley Jobling
Greeter
Lynn Kacher
At Your Service NY Catering
Roberta Kahn
Sarah King
Millstone Advisors
Jacob Kislevitz
PwC
Lauren Kelley Koopman
PwC
Robert Langdon
PwC
Jennifer Lee
ClosetRaid.co
Ann Lemon
Green Or Natural
Heather Lin
PwC
Kristina Lopez
JP Morgan Chase
Gia Machlin
Greeter
Sachin Mandal
PwC
Sara Mears
Philip Miceli
Margaret Morton
Michael Niziol
Jacquelyn Ottman
Alexandra O'Hagan
Melissa O'Young
Matthew Pereira
jeremy phillips
Julie Qiu
Rahul Rao
Joan Reilly
Tomas Reyes
Marcia Robbins
Greeter
Ula Robertson
At Your Service NY Catering
Louise Ropagnol
Carpooling.com
Barent Roth
New School
Nicole Rousseau
Evan Sanchez
Sophie Sanders Johnson
Adam Savitz
PwC
Drew Schechtman
Claire Schloss
Ron Schulhof
Jerry Shereshewsky
Grownup Marketing
Lisa SINGLETON
UNESCO
Ida Smith
PwC
Emily Spokowski
Ariane Sylva, Ph.D. LCSW
Dr.Sylva Pschotherapy, Personal Coach
Krupa Tailor
Yoav Thaler
Cameron Tonkinwise, PhD
Parsons School of Design Strategies
Natalie Trojan
Tamara Tschentscher
PwC
Constantine Valhouli
johanna Vandenberg
Kate Weil
Adam Wendel
Industrial Designers Society of America - NYC
Ron Williams
SnapGoods.com
Sondra WuDunn
Alex Zemcov
... a total of 101 guests.

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