Palo Alto, CA, March 24, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- AltaTerra Research is pleased to announce their participation in “The Sustainable Corporation: Solutions From The Innovation Economy” on Thursday, March 25th in San Jose, California. “The Sustainable Corporation” is the Silicon Valley Leadership Group’s (SVLG) 2010 Environmental Sustainability Symposium. A link to registration is available at www.altaterra.net/events/event_details.asp?id=99289.
Don Bray, President of AltaTerra Research, will lead the breakout session ‘Green Product Innovation as a Growth Strategy.’ According to Bray, “Companies are increasingly factoring product sustainability in with the traditional customer values of price and performance, and are seeking to differentiate their products and services along this important new dimension.”
AltaTerra Research will also produce a report on the conference. Conference attendees will receive a copy of this report after the event. The report will also be available for sale on www.altaterra.net.
Attendees of “The Sustainable Corporation” will learn how top Silicon Valley companies are innovating to successfully address environmental sustainability and carbon impacts within their operations and markets. Featured presenters and panelists include corporate sustainability and product development executives from: HP, IBM, Samsung, NetApp, eBay, Yahoo!, Applied Materials, Kaiser Permanente, SolFocus, Power Assure and many more. View the full agenda at www.altaterra.net/events/event_details.asp?id=99289.
“The Sustainable Corporation” will be held this Thursday, March 25th, in San Jose, California. Further information and a link to registration are available at www.altaterra.net/events/event_details.asp?id=99289.
About AltaTerra Research
AltaTerra Research is a research consultancy specializing in sustainable business and the commercial marketplace for clean technology solutions. Through research reports, executive events and advisory services, AltaTerra helps forward-looking organizations improve resource-efficiency in their operations and capitalize on new 'green' market opportunities. From our headquarters in Silicon Valley, we have been serving a global base of corporate, institutional, and government clients since 2007. More information is available at www.AltaTerra.net.
About the Silicon Valley Leadership Group (SVLG)
The Silicon Valley Leadership Group (SVLG) is organized to involve principal officers and senior managers of member companies in a cooperative effort with local, regional, state, and federal government officials to address major public policy issues affecting the economic health and quality of life in Silicon Valley. Founded in 1977 by David Packard, SVLG has grown to become the largest organization of its kind in Silicon Valley. Today SVLG has more than 200 member companies.