There are growing market opportunities for companies that are developing innovative environmental products and technologies. Specific opportunities include the development of low carbon technologies to meet Code for Sustainable Homes targets, or benefit from feed-in tariffs, smart metering and the greening of government procurement.

However there are many challenges in moving good ideas through research & development to demonstration & commercialisation. This leaves many start-ups, inventors and existing companies scratching their heads.

Where can good market intelligence be found?

Target audiences

The workshop is aimed at companies with less than 250 employees based in the South East of England that produce low carbon, resource and water efficient products/ technologies. Those that may be especially interested include: CEOs, Managing Directors, Development Directors, Marketing Directors, Innovation Directors, Inventors and Consultants.

Benefits of attending

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Registration and Networking
Introduction and Overview
Martin Charter, Director, The Centre for Sustainable Design, University for the Creative Arts
Eco-Innovation Support
Charlie Rea, Knowledge Transfer Manager, Environmental Sustainability Knowledge Transfer Network
Gary Townley, Senior Consultant, Intellectual Property Office
James Edwards, Fund Manager, Finance South East
Tea/Coffee and Networking
Case Studies:
Jae Mather, Director, Carbon Free Group
Roger Marsh, Managing Director, Rediweld Rubber and Plastics Ltd
Gary Wilburn, Creative Director, HPW
Panel Discussion Eco-innovation

Fees & Registration

There is no charge for this event. Please download the Registration Form

Map & Directions

Please download the Map

Our Funders

SUSCIN has been funded by South East England Development Agency (SEEDA) and European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) as part of the South East ERDF Competitiveness Programme 2007-2013.

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centre for sustainable design logo

The Centre for Sustainable Design and device is registered as a trade mark in the European Union