The WNY Sustainable Business Roundtable is a “business-driven” organization focused on creating an environmentally and economically resilient Buffalo-Niagara through business innovation, knowledge, and co-operation.

The 3rd Annual Sustainable Business Expo will be Tuesday April 18 from 3-7:30 pm at the historic American Axle Building in Buffalo

The WNY Sustainable Business Roundtable invites you meet our exhibitors and sponsors, learn about innovative local businesses, be inspired by the keynote speakers and have some fun.  This years theme is the Triple Bottom Line.

Vincent Stanley Patagonia

Fred Keller Cascade Engineering

John Fullerton Capital Institute

Congressman Brian Higgins

3:00 – EXPO Exhibitor Space opens.

5:00 – Panel of visionary leaders: Congressman Brian Higgins, Vincent Stanley (Patagonia), John Fullerton (Capital Institute) and Fred Keller (Cascade Engineering) will talk business and the Triple Bottom Line.

6:30 – EXPO Exhibitor Space reopens and informal mixer begins.

The 2017 Sustainable Business EXPO provides a unique opportunity to meet Business Leaders from WNY who are focused on incorporating sustainability measures in their business operations and be energized by a Panel of Speakers who have incorporated sustainable Triple Bottom Line practices into their businesses.

Learn more about the EXPO

EXPO & Keynote

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Free Event

Thanks to our Platinum Sponsor

Thanks to our Gold Sponsors:

CJ Brown Energy

Learn more about Exhibiting at the EXPO

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Mark Shriver on why sustainability matters at Curbell

“While we are delighted to be recognized by the EPA for our environmental focus, we are most proud of the significant impact our work has made in protecting our environment and in reducing costs for our company,” Shriver said. “Being a strong environmental steward is not just a feel-good activity, but also one that can have dramatic impact on the bottom line. We are very grateful for the EPA’s recognition of Curbell’s efforts and impact.”