John McNichol

  • Philadelphia Listed Among Top 10 Cities for Green Meetings

    Though in recent years the meetings and events industry was badly impacted by the economic downturn, this sector is trying to regain its well-deserved place among the best performing industries in the country. To underscore these efforts, GreenBiz.com recently announced the Top Ten U.S. Cities for Green Meetings, a list developed based on industry standards for sustainable meetings and convention practices.

    Philadelphia 24 January 2014 18:48

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