Archive for 'Entrepreneurship'
Posted on 28. Feb, 2015 by Karen Solomon.
OG Insights chats with Rachel Winokur, Creative Manager of Opportunity Green 2011, to discuss her experiences and highlight some of the great green vendors.
Posted on 04. Feb, 2015 by Karen Solomon.
At the 2011 Opportunity Green Conference, Yves Béhar, founder of fuseproject, presented his own ideals for how to take a holistic approach to sustainable design challenges.
PrintEco Wins 3rd Annual OG25 Green Start-Up Award Competition at Opportunity Green 2011 Business Conference
Posted on 17. Nov, 2014 by Kristall Lutz.
The fifth annual Opportunity Green conference, which took place November 10 and 11 at Los Angeles Center Studios, featured the much anticipated 3rd Annual OG25 eco-startup competition, dedicated to environmentally responsible innovation and entrepreneurship. The contest showcases twenty-five of the most innovative eco-startup companies across the country.
Posted on 11. Nov, 2011 by Michael Chapdelaine.
Green startups pitch at OG 11
Posted on 09. Nov, 2011 by Sara Glaser.
We’ll be sharing the conference experience with you LIVE so stay tuned for updates on our Opportunity Green Facebook page and be sure to follow us on Twitter at @oppgreen for official OG updates, live tweets, and online sustainable business conversation.
Posted on 20. Oct, 2011 by Gaia Dempsey.
Yoxi is an organization that elevates social entrepreneurs by leveraging their expertise for global business opportunities. It was founded in 2010 by Sharon Chang, former Chief Creative Officer at 19 Entertainment, the company behind mega-hit shows American Idol and So You Think You Can Dance.
Posted on 13. Oct, 2011 by Sarah Hadburg.
FIFTY by US is a collaborative production team drawing upon varied backgrounds in film, advertising, curating, marketing, and event production. Founded in 2009 by Jonathan Mergele, Sean Daly, and Fairfax Dorn, FIFTY by US helps clients realized projects with an eco-driven perspective.
Posted on 11. Aug, 2011 by Doug Wein.
It’s hard to balance passion and profit. But it’s a fundamental necessity for those professionals who pursue opportunities in the rapidly evolving sustainability economy, either by choice or necessity. The stakes are high, and we know we need to make smart decisions and move quickly to get beyond business-as-usual.