Nowadays sustainability is on the agenda for many businesses; some of those recognise it as a core value, other are still finding their way. Having a sustainability strategy in place can
Nowadays sustainability is on the agenda for many businesses; some of those recognise it as a core value, other are still finding their way.
Having a sustainability strategy in place can help businesses to:
– Boost innovation
– Attract talent
– Attract clients
– Reduce costs
At our May clubs we will hear from organisations who have put sustainability at the core of what they do. We will discover how these practices helped them to grow, attract talent and clients, reduce costs and bring more innovation into their organisations. Experts in sustainability will also join us to signpost to resources and tools to help you start your own sustainability plans.
Jo-Anne Chidley, Co-Founder of Beauty Kitchen
Jo Chidley is a circular economy expert, chemist, herbal botanist, and co-founder of Beauty Kitchen, the highest scoring B Corp in the UK beauty industry. Founded in 2014, Jo has set out to change the face of the beauty industry by creating the most effective, natural, and sustainable beauty products in the world.
Widely regarded as one of the pioneers of sustainable beauty, Jo is championing a Reuse Revolution through sustainable innovation by implementing Cradle to Cradle design into Beauty Kitchen’s circular approach.
Adam Bastock, founder, Small99
Adam Bastock is the founder of Small99, an organisation dedicated to guiding 1 million small businesses to net zero by 2025. In this event he’ll be giving an overview of what net zero means for your business, where you can get started, and the opportunities it brings.
Get ready to discuss with your peers about what sustainability means to you and to your organisation and share what actions you are taking or even thinking of taking towards reducing your carbon footprint. Wherever you are in your sustainability journey this event is for you.
The event is interactive with group discussion, Q&A and networking opportunity.
Agenda for the day:
8.30 Registrations, breakfast and networking
9.00 Speakers presentation, group discussion and Q&A
(Thursday) 8:30 am - 10:00 am BST
67 Hope St, Glasgow, G2 6AE