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13 May 2016 | Updated 01 January 1970
 

Businesses are being urged to take up the last available spaces for dedicated advice clinics hosted at Edie Live, 17-18 May, at the NEC in Birmingham.

The clinics offer visitors free one-to-one consultation on topics ranging from environmental accreditation to energy management. Industry experts such as the Carbon Trust and ISO Standards consultancy Blackmores will co-ordinate the 20-minute sessions, which are designed to give practical, tailored advice to any organisation or individual looking to drive sustainability forward.

Edie content director Will Parsons said: “These free advice clinics bring the visitor experience right to the heart of the show. Visitors already have access to exhibitors, networking opportunities, and a comprehensive seminar programme; now they can talk directly to experts and find out what will work in their particular circumstances. Anyone interested in benefiting should sign up now.

“Legislation is an important driver for promoting sustainability but increasingly, budgetary factors and reputation are also having an impact. However, the choices can be confusing and many organisations struggle to find information relevant to their business. The advice clinics were conceived to cut the complexity and help managers bring about effective change.”

 

Choose from:

Energy management, including ESOS, energy surveys; business case development; data analysis; energy strategy/plan development; energy awareness training; EU Emissions Trading Scheme; climate change and climate action agreement management; corporate responsibility; new strategies for sustainability; community investments, and more sustainable business design.

Visitors can book in advance by Clicking Here  Formerly known as Sustainability Live, edie Live takes place from 17-18 May at the NEC in Birmingham.

For more information Click Here 

Article written by Cathryn Ellis | Published 13 May 2016

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