Low Carbon Building: How to Regreen a Polluted City
July 23, 2013
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Dwell on Design - LA Convention Center
Join ASID executive vice president and chief executive officer Randy Fiser as he talks all things ASID. This session will cover everything you want to know about getting involved with ASID and leveraging it to your professional benefit. You will learn about the many resources available to you whether you are a new member, longstanding member or considering membership. In addition, you will find out how ASID benefits the designer and the client, how you can realize the full potential of membership, and where ASID is helping shape the future of design. We'll answer your questions on where to start in getting to know about - and becoming involved in-ASID. Widely recognized as the voice of the design industry, ASID and its success depends on your participation and input. Members and non-members should attend this session.
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