Eco-innovation is driving new opportunities for products, services, technologies and new business models. There is mounting evidence that eco-innovation improves the capacity of companies to capture new growth opportunities, reduce costs and strengthen corporate image.
This unique event has been designed as a creative mix of presentations, debate, networking and collaborative working. Leading-edge thinkers and practitioners will present followed by a panel discussion focused on 'How to Accelerate Eco-innovation in Brighton'. This will be followed by a speed networking session that will directly connect participants. A Pecha Kucha style series of 5 minute presentations will then follow highlighlighting individual eco-enterprise experience and personal visions of eco-innovation. An OpenGreen workshop will be organised in the afternoon. OpenGreen is an open innovation process aimed at identifying new income generating opportunities for more sustainable products, services and technologies.
This FREE workshop is aimed at companies with less than 250 employees based in the South East of England that design, produce and/or market sustainable, low carbon, resource and water efficient technologies, products, services and new business models.
There is no charge for this event. Please download the Registration Form
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