Have you read our latest Guest Feature, “Save the Date: Skyrise Greenery Conference Singapore (1st-3rd November)” by Wolfgang Ansel from the International Green Roof Association (IGRA) and Dr. Tan Puay Yok, Deputy Director, Centre for Urban Greenery and Ecology (CUGE), National Parks Board?
And are you still planning on attending in awesome Singapore on November 1-3, 2010 but haven’t registered yet? Well, this is probably your last chance to make a final decision – organized by CUGE, a project of the National Parks Board of Singapore, and the International Green Roof Association (IGRA), the conference will be held at the National Library.
Remember that Greenroofs.com is the Media Sponsor and has negotiated a spectacular deal with the organizers, guaranteeing you a special rate package rate that includes the conference, tour excursion and dinner.
The promotional code for registration under the special discounted rate of S$1000.00 (less than $750 U.S.) per conference package for Greenroofs.com readers is: G3P94K04 – compare that to the normal Package Rate of $1,650 U.S.!
Here are just some highlights:
More than 450 delegates from 25 countries have already signed up for the conference, including 70 from China!
Who are attending the conference?
- over 120 policy makers
- over 60 developers and building owners
- over 120 professionals including architects and planners
- over 60 contractors and suppliers
- over 80 from the academia
A must attend event for all academias, architects, planners, building material producers, city planners, engineering and contracting services, government officials, horticulturists, landscape architects, park owners and managers, project consultants, real estate and property developers, and estate and facility managers. Don’t miss this opportunity to network, share and start new business relationships!
Sign up now and join us from 1-3 November to gain insights from world renowned award winning experts who will share about the latest trends and innovations on green roofs, skyrise gardens and vertical greenery.
Get Exclusive Access and Be Inspired by World-Class Skyrise Greenery Projects in Singapore:
Seven unique skyrise greenery sites will be offered on the skyrise greenery tour in Singapore. Several of these are usually not open to the public. Learn firsthand from the site architects about the challenges of building a 200m high sky park (the incredible Marina Bay Sands, see the graphic above and actual incredible infinity pool photo below that circulated the Internet a few months ago), be inspired by the ingenuity of developing a low cost patented skyrise greening system that requires minimal maintenance, and more.
Also, from hotels to schools, shopping malls to a dam across a channel – you can visit 13 must-see skyrise greenery sites within the city in Singapore with their walking map.
To see the complete line-up of speakers, register, and learn more, visit the International Skyrise Greenery Conference website. See you in Singapore next week, where I’ll be presenting Haven Kiers and my 2010 Top 10 List of Hot Trends in Greenroof & Greenwall Design– we can’t wait!
~ Linda and Aramis V.
4 replies to "Singapore Conference Next Week: Great City, Great Discount: G3P94K04!"
I am from Shanghai, and very interested in this conference. Could you tell me what shall I do to register this conference with discount? thanks.
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