September 13 & 14, 2011 Doubletree Hotel, Tarrytown, New York

 

Each Day is a half day, so you can schedule your work around this opportunity.

 

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You are invited to join us for the next New York Contractor Exchange in Tarrytown, NY on September 13th & 14th! This two-day workshop offers interactive panel presentations with contractors who have successfully incorporated energy efficiency and renewable energy initiatives into traditional contracting business models. Panel discussions will cover leveraging NYSERDA and utility-sponsored residential incentive programs.

Check out the updated agenda!

 

"The conference was great! I picked up things from several of the presentations that will help grow my business."

-Tony DiCacce, Taylor Home Energy (Previous New York Contractor Exchange attendee)

 

The workshop will include:

  • Networking opportunities with opening and closing luncheon and evening reception
  • How to Win the Job Without Leaving Your Profits on the Table
  • Marketing and Internet Strategy in the Efficiency Contracting Sector
  • Walking on the Sunny Side of New York Law by New York Attorney General´s office
  • Trends in the New York Energy Efficiency Market

Where:

Doubletree Hotel Tarrytown
455 South Broadway
Tarrytown, NY 10591
Phone: 914.631.5700

 

When:

September 13 & 14, 2011

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