Next Cleantech Happy Hour on Wednesday 30th of NOVEMBER 2011

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Hi everyone!

 The NEXT CTHH is coming up on the 30th of NOVEMBER 2011, 7pm onwards at SAUCE Bar located at the Esplanade. 

 This round we are very excited to help  launch a new book "GREENOTOXOSIS by CEO of Stratcon & 1st time Author Steve Peters. Drinks are complimentary for the first hour and get your own copy of the new book!

As always, please RSVP so we will know how many to expect! See  you all then!!





Monday, July 25, 2011

Hi Guys! , 

This month,  CleanTech Happy Hour will be in partnership with EcoBusiness and Green Drinks Singapore 

We like to invite you to an environmental drinks gathering at 7.30pm on 27 July, organised by 

Green Drinks Singapore,, and CleanTech HappyHour.

Please find the details above!  If you are not able to see the flyer, please see here  for more information.
This is set to be the largest environmental networking event in Singapore yet, and we’re looking to bring together folks from academia, government agencies, green-minded businesses, NGOs and individuals.

We hope you can join us!

About Us

CleanTech HappyHour
CleanTech HappyHour is a relaxed get-together of the Green and Clean Community of Singapore. For Everyone and anyone working on, with a passion for or just an interest in clean technologies, renewable, carbon management, water, energy efficiency, etc. 

Do visit http://cleantechhappyhours​ to find out more about CleanTech HappyHour.

Green Drinks Singapore
Green Drinks Singapore is a non-profit environmental movement that connects academia, green businesses, activists, community and government, for knowledge sharing and collaboration opportunities.

More details are available at http://www.greendrinkssing​ is the leading provider of news and views for Asia Pacific’s sustainable business community. They publish the top stories, features, analyses and insights into the region’s environmentally sustainable business scene, to keep readers informed and enable organisations to make educated decisions.

They help NGOs, governments, research institutions and businesses get their stories published and read by a wider audience by providing platforms for them to share ideas and best practices, advance public awareness and stimulate debate about environmental sustainability. 

See​m/ for more information.



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