Lunch and Learn: Making sustainability work for your business

1st July 2021 @ 12:00 pm - 12:30 pm
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Enterprise Nation is hosting a daily Lunch and Learn webinar to give you a boost and offer advice from experts.

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Lunch and Learn with Enterprise Nation

Enterprise Nation is hosting daily Lunch and Learn webinars to give you a boost, offer some advice, and become part of your daily business schedule. Enterprise Nation team members are interviewing guests from the worlds of enterprise and policy, and you can get your questions answered by the experts.

Thursday 1 July: Making sustainability work for your business

From his career in the City, Gavin has in-depth knowledge of business strategy and has been advising clients since 2010. As part of his career Gavin watched the climate crisis first appear as a vague concept and has watched it develop to the crisis it has become today. In the 2000’s he was responsible for investigating various strategies to derive energy from water (EFW) but since that time, his interest in sustainability has become much wider and includes regenerative agriculture, ethical procurement and the whole industry around appropriate recycling. During this time, he has prepared responses for clients with respect to sustainability and ethical procurement for public sector tenders – consistently ensuring his clients consistently rank 1st.

Everybody talks about climate change and sustainability, but what does it mean to you and your business?  What’s in it for you as a business owner?

This session, we will talk about why sustainability should be part of your business strategy going forward from the point of view of building profitability, building profile and building customers.

What you will learn:

– Why sustainability doesn’t have to be expensive

– Why sustainability is part of all of our futures

– Why it’s key for your business to adopt a strategy for it

Please send any questions you’d like Gavin to answer during the webinar to events@enterprisenation.com.

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1st July 2021
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