more about our Sustainability Programs
Other Sustainability Initiatives:
The Exchange will feature a breakfast meeting series on timely
topics helping businesses and communities dig deeper into
sustainability issues. Capitalize on the opportunity to share best
practices, network, and develop new connections with the region's
researchers, scientists and engineers in NEW ERA higher education
Register today for the
April 23 Session!
Mark Jewell's Presentation: "The Art and Math
of Selling Efficiency"
On behalf of the Energy Center of Wisconsin and Wisconsin
Wednesday, April 23
7:30 - 9:00 am, Executive Dining Room,
Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, 2740 W. Mason
Street, Green Bay
Participants will learn how...
1. Enhanced efficiency delivers three distinct categories of
benefits that must be understood and expressed: utility-cost,
non-utility-cost financial, and non-financial.
2. Reframing benefits so they can be measured with yardsticks the
prospect is already using to measure his/her success helps you
capture attention and get more projects approved.
3. Investing time up front creating 15-second "elevator pitches,"
one-page proposals, and onepage financial summaries using the
proper metrics accelerates decision-making and stacks the deck in
favor of project approvals.
the PDF for more information
Register today at www.sustainablebe.com
Do you want to
super-charge your sustainable programs? Join us to learn more
actionable steps in Eco-Municipality planning!
© Northeast Wisconsin Educational Resource Alliance
created using: engage CMS
dialogue group login