People may have a hard time remembering what they can and cannot recycle, but worry no more for residents living in Saginaw or Gratiot County.
Saginaw Valley State University is partnering with Shri Ram College of Commerce from India to host a conference on sustainability.
The event is bringing together corporate representatives and small business owners alike, in order to discuss the many aspects of sustainability on several levels.
J.J. Boehm (Baem), Director of Media Relations for SVSU, says the barriers between local and international business are getting smaller every day.
“It used to be that you could be a successful local or regional business, but in today’s marketplace you need to be able to compete globally in order to succeed even as that local or regional business. And by the same token, a local or regional business may have opportunities in an emerging economy such as India.”
Speakers will take a look at sustainability in regards to energy, family business, agribusiness, and economic development.
The conference began Wednesday, September 24 and runs through Friday the 26.
ON THE WEB:
SVSU Conference on Sustainability: http://www.svsu.edu/gbs2014/
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