Stockport: Low Carbon Business Network
Wednesday 30th November. Tony Walker (UMIC) will be chairing the event and introducing our speakers
Guest Speaker Details
The event will allow extensive networking with businesses and feature two topical and informative speakers:-
Competitive advantage through more sustainable products
Ben Peace, C-Tech Innovation
This stimulating presentation will look at the proven business opportunity for products that are more sustainable than those of their competitors. With reference to a range of engaging case studies, C-Tech Innovation will examine the drivers and benefits for sustainable thinking and will also identify some of the thinking, the tools, and the resources available to facilitate quantification and optimisation of eco credentials.
Low Carbon Opportunities for UK Business
Paul Wilcox, UK Trade & Investment
The international journey towards a low carbon economy is building momentum and the transition is creating enormous opportunities for UK businesses with the expertise to deliver energy and resource efficient solutions. Global markets increasingly recognise what the UK has; UK Know How, the combination of intelligence, innovation and capability in low carbon. In every sector, in every market, the UK is demonstrating these world-class capabilities. UK Trade & Investment is the organisation that will help take your business to the world.
To book your free place please email email@example.com or call 0161 474 3737.
The event will take place on…
Wednesday 30th November, 2011, 8.30am-10.00am. Light breakfast will be provided.
Houldsworth Mill, Houldsworth Street, Reddish, Stockport, SK5 6DA
Pre-booking is essential. Priority will be given to Businesses providing Low Carbon Products or Services
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