International Delegations

Discover International Opportunities at Greenbuild 

Every year, thousands of attendees gather for the Greenbuild International Conference and Expo. In an industry projected to contribute hundreds of billions of dollars to the economy each year, Greenbuild is the largest conference and expo dedicated to green building. 

The Greenbuild International Delegation Program was established to help international attendees get the most out of their Greenbuild experience. From special registration prices and exposure to the innovative products on display in the exhibit hall, to inspirational sessions on the latest advances in the international green building industry, this program is essential for international green building professionals, and those wanting to learn more about the industry.

  •  USGBC member pricing for a Full-Conference Pass: USD $600 (savings of USD $200)
  •  Access to the Greenbuild Delegation Room

  •  Groups of a minimum of 15 delegates, based outside of the United States
  •  One appointed contact person
  •  Delegation participants must purchase one of the following package combinations:
  •  2-day Expo Hall Pass (Nov. 18-19) or Full Conference Pass (Nov. 18-20) 
  •  All delegation participants must purchase passes by October 5, 2015

  • Delegation Program registration runs through October 5, 2015.
  • Attendee substitutions will be accepted until November 2, 2015.
  • International participants requiring a letter to obtain a visa will be provided with a letter upon full receipt of the registration payment.
  • Delegations must have a minimum of 15 delegates registered for the required packages by October 5, 2015 or all benefits for participants will be null and void. All participants will be notified that they have not met the requirements and charged non-member prices.

Shelby Hausler, Greenbuild Associate Show Manager

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