GLOBE Forum 2018 — March 14-16, 2018 — Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
GLOBE Forum brings together business and all levels of government from North America and beyond to accelerate the shift to a sustainable, clean economy.
Over the last 28 years, GLOBE Forum events have attracted over 170,000 participants from 97 countries.
A world-leading sustainability conference coupled with an exciting, transaction-focused expo, GLOBE Forum is the flagship event anchoring GLOBE Week in North America every two years.
Produced by Vancouver-based GLOBE Series, GLOBE Forum and Innovation Expo brings together corporations, all levels of government, NGOs, international agencies, technology innovators, and the finance community to manage risks and capitalize on the opportunities in the clean economy.
Join us as we double down on our commitment to do more of what GLOBE does best: Catalyzing collaborations between “unusual suspects” both on and off the stage, and inspiring action to accelerate the transition to a clean economy.
The Prevailing Theme for GLOBE Forum 2018 is ‘Disrupting Business As Usual’
From March 14-16, 2018, 2,000 business and government leaders from over 50 countries will come together to network and advance global business and sustainability agendas. A mix of armchair dialogues, roundtables, salon-style gatherings, lively debates, SPARK talks and opportunities for active participation will make GLOBE Forum a very exciting place to be.
Swap cards with visionaries, entrepreneurs, policy makers, Fortune 500 leaders and countless others who are solving big challenges and creating new opportunities.
Cascadia Connect Cleantech Challenge-Pitch Sessions
Are you a cleantech company with a solution to offer in the areas of sustainable mobility, smart grid, or high-performance buildings?
Join the Cascadia Connect Cleantech Challenge Pitch session, a special event connecting major public-sector institutions, corporate buyers, and utilities from the Pacific Northwest region who will be pitching their technology “pain points” to Canadian and global solution providers.
If you are interested in taking part, contact John McPherson at email@example.com
Connect with major cleantech buyers
Confirmed organizations pitching their challenges and technology needs include:
• City of Vancouver
• University of British Columbia
• Snohomish County PUD
• Sound Transit
• Avista Energy