Net Zero Festival: Fully booked for 2023

BusinessGreen staff
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The Net Zero Festival 2023 takes place on 31 October and 1 November in London
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The Net Zero Festival 2023 takes place on 31 October and 1 November in London

Registration for this year's event has now closed following exceptionally high interest from the green business community, with more than 3,000 delegates expected to attend over two days

The Net Zero Festival is now fully booked for 2023, with more than 3,000 delegates having registered to attend next week's industry-leading event in London.

Having garnered huge interest from across the green business community and exceptionally high levels of delegate bookings this year, BusinessGreen has decided to close registrations for the two-day event next week.

We would like to express our sincere gratitude for the overwhelming interest and support from the industry, and we are now looking forward to welcoming thousands of business leaders, campaigners, and politicians from across the UK's burgeoning green economy to this year's Festival, which takes place on 31 October and 1 November at the Business Design Centre in North London.  

Now in its fourth year, the Net Zero Festival 2023 is set to be bigger and better than ever, featuring scores of exhibitors as well as inspiring and thought-provoking talks, discussions and workshops across several stages, each providing content on the inspirational messaging, practical actions, cross-industry connections, and best-in-class showcases that can help accelerate the pursuit of net zero goals. 

A roster of high profile keynote speakers - including leading political commentator Alastair Campbell and broadcaster and activist Joanna Lumley - are set to appear at the event, which will be chaired by BusinessGreen editor-in-chief James Murray, environmental journalist and broadcaster Lucy Siegle, and news anchor and broadcaster Charlene White.

Although the event is currently fully booked, if you would like to join a waiting list for the Festival please click here, and we will be in touch if any spaces open up for this year's event.

Equally, with the Festival now fully booked, any delegates who have registered but can no longer attend are asked to please let us know ahead of the event so we can offer up spare places to those on the waiting list.

For those unable to secure a coveted place at this year's Net Zero Festival, we hope to see you at future events.

 

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