Join CleanTechnica For Our Virtual Trade Show Series!

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November 11th, 2020 by  


November is here! And that means the holidays are just around the corner. (Yikes, already??) With the impending mayhem that holiday shopping brings, we at CleanTechnica decided to create an alternative to the hectic, consumerist shopping experience we’ve come to accept during this time of year. Enter … Virtual Trade Shows!

How It Works

A virtual trade show is similar to the in-person version: it’s an online event at which vendors showcase their goods, while attendees booth-hop (a Zoom breakout room acts as a vendor booth) and soak up the latest offerings of each company. 

This month, we have a series of trade shows, each featuring a different type of conscious company: Small Businesses, Sustainable Businesses, and EV Aftermarket Products and Accessories. 

Our intention is to create a unique, informative, COVID-safe experience that allows you to connect with like-minded folks at a time when we all could use a little more connection. 

The Details

Small Business Virtual Trade Show

  • Monday, November 23 
  • 12:00pm PST / 3:00pm EST

Sustainable Business Virtual Trade Show

  • Tuesday, November 24
  • 12:00pm PST / 3:00pm EST

EV Aftermarket Products and Accessories Virtual Trade Show

  • Monday, November 30 (Cyber Monday!)
  • 12:00pm PST / 3:00pm EST

Sign Up!

Space is limited, so please don’t wait to sign up. Follow this link to sign up as a vendor or participant: cleantechnica.com/upcoming-clean-tech-events/

We’ll see you there! 
 


 


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