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Green forum looks toboost business

Going green can help ease the pain of doing business in a tight economy.

The Greater Nanaimo Chamber of Commerce is hosting a seminar that will explore the green business concept and why going green makes good business sense.

Business operators will learn how to be efficient with energy resources, take advantage of incentive programs, and discover how to market businesses to take advantage of emerging opportunities in a green economy.

The seminar, sponsored by B.C. Hydro an Fortis B.C., will be held at Beban Park Social Centre, Wednesday (Jan. 18) 4-6 p.m.

Admission is free, but seating is limited.

To reserve a seat, please call the chamber office at 250-756-1191.

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