Sustainabilty Roadtrip

Sustainability Boot Camp Hits the Road

One down, three more to go. Find out more about the Outdoor Industry Association’s (OIA) sustainability boot camps and where they’ll pop up next.

Following a fantastic response last year, OIA has again hit the road in the U.S. to host its expanded Sustainability Boot Camp. These intensive, one-day sessions are geared to help small to mid-sized brands develop a solid sustainability strategy even if they lack dedicated staff or expertise, and thereby meet and exceed customer expectations.

While the program will vary from stop to stop, attendees will learn how global sustainability challenges impact their businesses, how to strategize to get the most bang for their buck, how to make a plan and communicate their efforts, and how to establish a support system.

Check in on the OIA website to see if and when they will be passing through a town near you. Representatives from any brand, OIA member or otherwise, are welcome.

Stop 1:  Seattle, March 14th (Completed)

Stop 2: Denver, CO. June 16th (Registration closes April 29th)

Stop 3: New York City, NY. September 19th

Stop 4: Costa Mesa, CA. December 5th

For more information and registration, visit OIA’s website.

 

Photo: Unsplash/Dino Reichmuth

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