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Having the knowledge skills to do more with less and deliver higher yields on every project is vital to your organization, and to your career. Whether you think "green" or not, sustainability is a new model that has tremendous opportunities for you and your business.
Join subject matter expert, Luis Naranjo, Strategic Initiatives Program Manager for Wells Fargo, for an information-packed 2-hour WebEx webinar to learn how sustainable business practices will ensure profitability now, and in the future.
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|Date:||Thursday, May 8, 2014|
|Time:||8:00 A.M. - 10:00 A.M. (CDT)|
|Location:||WebEx Webinar - VOIP Connection and headset with microphone required|
|Instructor:||Luis Naranjo, P.E., MBA, PMP, Wells Fargo Advisors|
|Credits:||2 Contact Hours /PDUs|
Call 618-650-5440 to register by phone.
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The SIUE Executive Education division of the School of Business reserves the right to cancel or postpone any course when necessary. If we cancel or postpone a course for any reason, you may choose to receive a FULL refund or apply the course fee to a subsequent offering of the same or a similar course. The latter option may be exercised within one calendar year of the original course.
If you register and pay for a course and then withdraw one week or more before the start date of the course, a full refund of the course fee less an administrative fee of $10 will be made.
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