Special Focus: Rethinking plastic packaging – towards a circular economy.
Public opinion and behaviours are shifting fast and a growing number of brands, retailers and packaging companies are already driving innovation to minimise impact on the environment and benefit their bottom line.
How can your business use less plastic, better plastic or explore alternative re-usable materials?
How can you ensure your brand remains relevant to your consumers?
How can you do the right thing and still make money?
Let’s start up a conversation, explore opportunities to learn and collaborate with other businesses and industry leaders and drive innovation in the new low-carbon economy.
Benjamin Jones, Global Business Development Associate at TerraCycle Loop an exciting new global platform that supports consumer product companies and retailers to shift from a disposable supply chain to a durable one.
Will King, Founder of King of Shaves, will talk about their innovative new range of refillable products, Code Zero.
Alex Cullen, Director of BLA London, will explain new consumer expectations around sustainability and discuss brand messaging that works.
Join us to:
Identify new commercial opportunities for your business to innovate
Understand growing consumer and supply-chain trends
Be inspired by local businesses already launching new products and services and transforming their business processes
Meet expert business advisers and learn about available funding
Network over complimentary drinks and canapés
Date: 28 November, 2019 - 28 November, 2019
Time: 6:45pm - 8:30pm
Registration, networking, drinks and canapes from 6:00pm
Location: The Room, High Wycombe Campus, Bucks New University, Queen Alexandra Road, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, HP11 2JZ
COVID-19 is affecting all aspects of business. The government has advised that employees who are able to work from home should do so, and it is expected that many people’s domestic energy bills will rise over the coming months.
Low Carbon Workspaces are now delivering a total pot of £375,000 in grant funding to help small and medium sized enterprises based in Berkshire identify energy reduction opportunities and to subsidise the cost of energy efficiency solutions.