Clean Technology Council Hosts Workshop on Interactive Websites

September 4th event "How Your Internet Presence Can Contribute to a Green Economy" will focus on creating a dialogue with customers and increasing sales.

Westlake Village, CA, August 23, 2012 --( The Clean Technology Council today announced it will host a workshop on interactive websites, Tuesday, September 4, at 6:00 p.m. The event, which will be held at the offices of SoCalIP Law Group, LLP, 310 N. Westlake Blvd., Suite 120, Westlake Village, CA 91362, will be conducted by Derek Cooper, Drew Matamales and Devon Procaccini, founders of Sites for Friends, an applications and web development company.

The workshop will address
· Improving brochure style websites
· Portals vs. destinations
· Engaging audiences with interactivity and social communications
· Websites as meeting spaces
· More than Facebook and Twitter accessible: specific, focused and fun
· Content Management Systems (CMS) that improve website design and enable content editing, and increase Google rankings

Walk-in reservation is $15.00. Refreshments will be served.

The Clean Technology Council (CTC), a 501(c)3 organization, is dedicated to supporting entrepreneurs that want to create and deliver sustainable businesses and products. At its monthly meetings, CTC members help entrepreneurs identify sustainability opportunities, research alternatives, create project teams and partner with world class mentors and critical resources. At the CTC July meeting, Tom McGrath, CTC member and CEO of Chumash Renewable Energy in Westlake Village, announced the formation of his energy company, and discussed his vision for "Converting Waste Into Energy With Fuel Cells." Leveraging developments in organic waste convergence and fuel cell electrical power generation, Mr. McGrath is building waste-to-energy systems with zero emissions. For information on Chumash Renewable Energy, contact Mr. McGrath at 310-740-0103.

About Sites for Friends
Sites for Friends is a California applications and web development company that uses open source technology and custom functionality to enable clients such as Solarbuzz, Revenue Watch Institute, Red Hat Society and Fretted Americana to better engage visitors. For more information, contact Drew Matamales, 805-584-2202.

About Clean Technology Council
The Clean Technology Council is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and was created in 2009 by a group of philanthropic founders headed by CEO Tom Landau who believe entrepreneurs can achieve their full potentials in an environment of learning, mentoring and support. The Council came together to develop a collaborative magnet for idea generation, execution and growth for social entrepreneurship. The organization is sponsored by, SoCalIP Law Group LLP,,,, Product Design Group,and Westlake Marketing Works. For more information visit:
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