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The Sustainable Enterprise & Entrepreneur Network (SEEN) is a network of local businesses, organizations, and individuals who recognize that a strong economy depends on the health of our community and natural environment.

 

Recent News & Events

Announcing a new NYS Sustainable Business Council Executive Director

Congratulations to Bob Rossi, former SEEN Director in his new role as the Executive Director of the NYS Sustainable Business Council (NYSSBC)! From the NYSSBC: "Changing of the Guard We are excited to announce our new Executive Director, Bob Rossi, who will be ...

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Cooperation Station Women in the Building Trades Come Together to Explore the Many Avenues for Cooperation

Saturday, September 24, 10:00 am – 3:00 pm (Come for the whole event or when you can) The Space at GreenStar, 200 W. Buffalo St., Ithaca NY Hammerstone Building School and Cooperative Development Institute are co-sponsoring this workshop for women who are active ...

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The HUB/SEEN recap CommonBound 2016 in Tompkins Weekly

http://tompkinsweekly.com/news/2016/08/07/commonground-conference-inspires-thinking/

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FIX IT - healthcare from a business owner's perspective

Film Screening & Panel Discussion FIX IT - Health Care at the Tipping Point This new film looks at health care from a businessman's perspective, delves deeply into the current health care crisis, runaway health care COSTS, and economic impact,and discusses ...

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Entrepreneur and Small Business Classes at Alternatives

2016 Fall & Winter Workshops and Events Registration for workshops can be found at www.businesscents.org/training<http://email.alternatives.org/em?a=nAU68vpbnklR5pRtUifrHw&b=0vLpnLTq3kaqoA1yKIU9Xw> September Entrepreneur Panel Discussion*                                  Wednesday September 14th, 12-2:00pm * at Tompkins County Library Coffee ...

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