Half-day event to provide UK's top sustainability leaders with invaluable opportunity to track and shape latest green business trends
Hosted in association with BCS - The Chartered Institute of IT, this exclusive, invitation-only half-day event will provide the UK's top sustainability professionals with a unique forum to share best practices, explore new trends, and gain an update on the latest green policies, technologies and business models from a carefully convened line up of leading industry experts.
The speaker line up will be confirmed in the coming weeks and will feature high-profile figures from the world of politics and business, including several of the winners from our recent Leaders Awards evening.
Our aim is to go beyond the typical presentations and panel debates on how and why companies are going green or adapting to environmental regulations, with which the UK's top sustainability professionals are already familiar.
Instead the forum will offer an invaluable forward-looking assessment of the trends and opportunities genuine sustainable leaders should be exploring as they seek to shape the development of the low carbon economy.
The agenda will feature keynote addresses, panel discussions and interactive focus groups tackling key issues faced by all top sustainability executives, such as how to build better ties with the finance department, how to understand and influence green policy, how to measure the effectiveness of green initiatives and marketing campaigns, and how to develop genuinely leading sustainability strategies.
The event will be followed by a networking lunch that will allow attendees to share experiences with their peers.
The BusinessGreen Leaders Forum is an invitation-only event for senior executives working at FTSE 350, large public sector organisations or leading think-tanks. If you fit this description you can apply for a free ticket here.
You will then be notified if your application has been successful within two days.
In order to ensure that the BusinessGreen Leaders Forum is an interactive experience, places are strictly limited, so please book early to maximise your chances of securing a free ticket.
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