Fort Collins, Colorado-based Business Sector Media has chosen Bethesda, Maryland-based agency Bob & David James to promote its Environmental Leader & Energy Manager Conference (ELEMCON), to take place May 15-17, 2018, at the Marriott Denver Tech Center.
Unique in its field, the conference features case studies that help attendees come to grips with the ever-increasing interaction among energy, sustainability, and environmental professionals.
The majority of attendees comprise energy and sustainability executives from Fortune 500 companies, universities, and government agencies.
“We’re honored to serve as agency of record for the event,” says Bob James, president & chief storyteller, Bob & David James. “We can’t conceive of a more exciting and rewarding movement to champion. Customers and Wall Street look favorably on environmentally responsible companies—and so, I think, does Mother Nature.”
The 2018 edition of the Environmental Leader & Energy Manager Conference will be the event’s third.
Bob & David James will conduct a multi-channel marketing campaign designed to persuade alumni and prospects in the field to choose the conference over any other face-to-face event they might consider.
More information about the event is available at https://conference.environmentalleader.com.
About Business Sector Media
Fort Collins, Colorado-based Business Sector Media delivers industry-specific, business-to business news, research, insights, and information to decision-makers around the world. More information is available at www.bussinesssectormedia.com.
About Bob & David James
Bethesda, Maryland-based Bob & David James helps associations and publishers generate revenue. More information is available at www.bobanddavidjames.com.
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