5 ways to connect with Watershed at GreenBiz 2024

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GreenBiz is your annual reminder that we have the numbers, the might, the tools, and the mass market support to address the existential crisis we’re facing.

Dylan Siegler, SVP, Sustainability, GreenBiz Group

We’re proud to be a Premier sponsor of GreenBiz 2024. If you’re planning to be there in Phoenix this February, you don’t want to miss what we’ve got lined up for you. From discussions on next-gen procurement to learning about reduction planning and more, we’ve got everything you need to navigate the evolving world of corporate sustainability.


Dive deep on next-gen procurement

(panel discussion)

Workshop challenges and hear lessons learned around how to tackle emissions in your supply chain. This session will cover how to:

Watershed Climate Advisor Ann Radil will share her expertise with fellow panelists from the Association for Supply Chain Management, BASF, and Boston Consulting Group.

Monday, Feb. 12, 9am to 12 noon | Location TBD


Connect with peers and climate experts at the Watershed booth

Get interactive demos on reporting & disclosures, reduction planning, supply chain, and data visualization at the top of the hour.

Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 12-13, 11:00am to 3pm | Booth #333


Connect with sustainability leaders after hours

We’re hosting private events after sessions. These include a VIP dinner with GreenBiz co-founder Joel Makower, and Watershed advisor Patrick Flynn, and a Watershed Community Dinner at the Desert Botanical Garden.

Email us to request an invite to our dinner on Monday, Feb. 12


Workshop your burning questions

(roundtable discussion/workshop)

How are you using data and software tools to accelerate your climate strategy? Bring your disclosure dilemmas, credit conundrums, and scope 3 stress. Watershed advisor Patrick Flynn, will lead an interactive conversation to discuss solutions. Come early to claim your spot and prepare for rapid-fire questions.

Monday, Feb. 12, 12 noon to 1 pm | Location TBD


Business strategy 1:1

Schedule a meeting with our team to discuss your individual challenges.


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