Ever struggle with how to operate sustainability and, at the same time, balance costs? Do you wonder what businesses mean when they say they are green-friendly? And do you wish there was more guidance in implementing green practices in a developing country?
The third meeting of the The Professional Women’s Network will address ideas to help women use sustainability as a competitive business model and to improve practices as professionals. Panelists include Alexis Fournier of Recycle Art, Jani Schulz of Rainforest Radio, Alida Francisco of Bamboo Global Exchange, Kate Cruse of 10:10 and The British Embassy.
The meeting is scheduled for 1 p.m. Oct. 23 at Restaurant Tin Jo on Calle 11 between Avenidas 6 and 8 downtown San José. Reservations may be made by emailing
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The Professional Women’s Network is a new interest group of the Women’s Club of Costa Rica, active for 70 years serving local communities. The Network has been developed specifically for women of all nationalities to encourage personal and professional development through networking with other professional women, and to develop programs to contribute to all women in Costa Rica. The Network is an English-speaking group but beginner level English is welcome.