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14 JUL 2021

NOW BOOKING! SME GUIDE TO NET ZERO LAUNCH

Book your place at our free online launch event on Tuesday 20 July 2021

Join sister organisations, the Environmental Industries Commission (EIC) and the Association for Consultancy and Engineering (ACE) for the online launch of a new guide to help SME consultancies working in the built environment get to grips with Net Zero, on Tuesday 20 July at 1.00pm.

As well as helping small and medium sized consultancies play their part in the national effort towards a carbon free future, Net Zero: A guide for SMEs working in the built environment, will also outline why clients are taking the decisions they are, how you can best meet these new expectations, and how to seize the business opportunities created.

The online launch takes place during Net Zero Week, a new national awareness campaign which is bringing together nearly 30 business associations and major organisations to explore all things Net Zero.

Featuring a number of industry experts and guests, including Dr Sarah Prichard (chair of ACE and EIC’s Net Zero group and BuroHappold), Dave Farebrother (Bouygues Energies & Services Solutions), Alex Ferguson (Delta Simons), David MacLeod (RYBKA), Sunil Shah (Acclaro Advisory) and Matthew Farrow (EIC), the free launch event is open to all, members and non-members alike.

Commenting on the guide’s launch, Matthew Farrow, director of policy at EIC, said: “If we are to reach Net Zero then we need to bring every business on the journey, not just larger organisations. Our guide is specifically designed to help SMEs with practical and tangible advice. Not only will they be able to make the right choices, but they’ll be best prepared to deal with clients’ new shifting priorities, and create new business opportunities along the way.”

Please note this event has now taken place. Replay it below.

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Net Zero: A guide for SMEs working in the built environment

July 2021

Practical member only guide to Net Zero.

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