BusinessGreen Plus annual subscription granting access to all the site's in-depth analysis and comment now available for just £199
The green economy has never been busier. The past six months has seen a surge in activity, both domestically and internationally, as green investment mobilises, policies start to bear fruit, and new clean technologies and business models mature.
Whether it is the surge in solar investment, the embrace of comprehensive sustainability strategies by blue chip firms, or the re-emergence of political debate over the response to climate change, evidence is mounting that as the economy recovers the green economy is edging ever closer to centre stage. This must be what the industrial revolution felt like in the 1780s or what the IT revolution felt like in the late 1970s. Not so much the calm before the storm, as the frenzy of activity before the economic revolution.
In such an eventful climate, keeping track of the management trends, technologies, and policies that will shape this revolution is more important than ever, to both the competitiveness of your organisation and the success of your career. That is why just under a year ago we launched BusinessGreen Plus with a vision of marrying BusinessGreen's award-winning news coverage with the kind of in-depth analysis and comment that green executives need to prosper in such a fast-moving market.
The eagle-eyed amongst you will have noticed that BusinessGreen Plus has in recent months become ever more central to what we do. We still provide readers with the main green business news stories free of charge each day, but now over half of our content provides the in-depth insight only available to BusinessGreen Plus subscribers.
As a result many of the UK's top green businesses and organisations, including Sky, PwC, Centrica, Solarcentury, RBS, Carbon Trust, and DECC, are now BusinessGreen Plus subscribers, benefitting from the best coverage available on every aspect of the green economy, as well as full access to the entire BusinessGreen archive of articles and priority invites to all BusinessGreen events.
Now we want to go further still and ensure that all businesses, small and large alike, can join the BusinessGreen Plus community. As a result, as of today we are offering an annual subscription for just £199, a saving of £50 on the normal price of £249. That means you can get access to all of BusinessGreen Plus for under £3.85 a week, or less than a large cup of coffee, albeit a pretty posh cup of coffee.
Moreover, organisations can also take advantage of group licenses, ensuring your entire team has access to BusinessGreen Plus at a per person price that is even lower than the current special offer.
Members of the BusinessGreen Plus community are amongst the best informed green executives in the world, and are constantly kept abreast of the latest developments and thinking in green management, policy and technology. As the green economy becomes ever more eventful and ever more competitive can you afford not to join them?
Full details of the BusinessGreen Plus special offer are available here.
To inquire about a corporate subscription please contact Matthew Oliver on 020 7316 9794 or at [email protected]
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