Ms. Leslee Bresnahan

Mr. Bill Johnson

Green Entrepreneur Small Business Forum:
In 2013, we ran a forum, Creating a Green Business Strategy

Led by Next Street
with input from GAPPP
(Green America Public Private Partnership)

Next year, the forum will take place on Friday, August 15, 2014 from 10-11 am at Boston City Hall. The information below gives you a feel for how last year's forum was organized:

  • At 3 pm, workshop by Leslee Bresnahan of Next Street about the thought that must go into starting your business and how to organize your company and its priorities.

  • Bill Johnson of Greening America through Public Private Partnerships will offer his advice on ways to green up your company.

  • Both Leslee and Bill offer insights about the way your company projects itself and how that can be linked to financing.

  • At 4:50 pm, companies introduce themselves with a 30 second "commercial" followed by more networking.
This forum is free, but we ask that you register in advance since space is limited. Thank you!


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Next Street is a merchant bank founded to serve high-performing, high-potential inner city small businesses and entrepreneurs across the U.S

The Green Entrepreneur Small Business Forum is organized by Mr. Owen Toney, Director of Green Neighbors Education Committee, Inc.

The Green Entrepreneur Small Business Network is a collaborative effort between Green Neighbors Education Committee, Inc. and the Foundation for a Green Future, Inc. It runs throughout the year with monthly sessions in varying locations throughout the City of Boston. Please check with Owen Toney for more information.

Foundation for a Green Future, Inc. - Boston, MA - 617-477-4840 -
Originally designed by Autumn Gedutis & Sarah Prouty.
Please note that there is no commercial audio or video recording allowed during Boston GreenFest without prior written authorization.