The VerdeXchange 2015 Green Market Makers Conference Invites AIA|LA Members to Attend January 25-27, 2015
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Where
Sunday, January 25, 2015 to Monday, January 26, 2015, all day
The L.A. Hotel Downtown 333 South Figueroa Street Los Angeles, California 90071
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The VerdeXchange 2015 Green Market Makers Conference Invites AIA|LA Members to Attend January 25-27, 2015

When: January 25-27, 2015

Where: 
The L.A. Hotel Downtown
333 South Figueroa Street
Los Angeles, California 90071

Set for January 25-27, 2015 in Downtown Los Angeles, VerdeXchange's cross-platform, 8th-annual, California Conference will once again gather accomplished clean and green tech entrepreneurs, energy & water companies, advanced vehicle manufacturers, soft & hardware developers, public policymakers, procurers, innovative financiers, and environmental stewards "under-one-roof." Together, these leaders will assess "what's in-market," "what's about to be in-market," and "what's needed" in the global, trillion dollar verde economy.


VerdeXchange invites AIA|LA members to register with the code VXAIA for a 15% discount on admission.

VX2015 affords its approximately 600 panelists and participants intimate, unmatched B2B opportunities to present, network, and leverage current and emerging market opportunities. Topics include smart grid applications, manufacturing, next generation energy & battery storage breakthroughs, mobility, integrated one-water technologies, resilient infrastructure finance, efficiency, waste conversion, project finance, autonomous cars as computers, and of course, clean-tech.

Of particular interest to AIA|LA members, VX2015 will partner with the Urban Land Institute-LA’s FutureBuild on Tuesday, January 27, 2015—featuring panels involving leading developers, real estate financiers, public-sector planners, and environmental regulators from Metro Los Angeles and around the world.  They will share case studies of FutureBuild opportunities and technologies now driving greenbuild innovation and sustainable development.

For more information, visit www.verdexchange.org