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Come and meet others interested in the Net Zero, Bcorp and Environmental space!
Whether you’re a sustainability professional, small business owner, local council/government worker, student, consultant, looking to switch careers, or anything else besides, come down and meet others interested in sustainability.
No agenda, workshops or webinars. Just chat over a drink.
This relaxed event brings together those with a shared passion for sustainability in all its forms.
We meet monthly to chat about what’s going on in the Net Zero / Sustainability space, “network” and meet others who are interested in the industry.
Let’s see where the conversation, and night, takes us!
Chat with other industry experts and talk directly to business owners facing the challenges you’re trying to solve. Find others who can collaborate and help you on your journey and have fun doing so!
Siobhann Mansel is founder of Make It Good, a hybrid sustainability / brand marcomms outfit dedicated to building regenerative brands. Make It Good works with businesses on an integrated three-pronged approach to sustainable business transformation; sustainability strategy, future-fit purpose-led brand strategy, and sustainable brand design, comms and campaigns. Because there’s no time to dilly dally, and neither can thrive without the other.
Hannah Scott a project manager at Bioregional, an environmental sustainability charity and consultancy supporting businesses, developers and local authorities to make greener, happier and healthier places to work and live. She also runs the Oxfordshire Greentech low-carbon business network, both promoting and supporting the low-carbon economy to grow as well as offering sustainability advice and guidance to organisations wanting to become greener. Her vision is for Oxfordshire’s economy to become entirely low-carbon, inclusive and fairer for all.
Enterprising Oxford is a University of Oxford initiative to help connect people to the entrepreneurship resources they need, and to promote entrepreneurship across Oxfordshire.
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