Green Business Growth - trading event for businesses in the low carbon sector

13th February 2013

This event has been postponed, revised date TBC.

Green Business Growth is a new, dynamic programme of trading events for businesses in the low carbon sector. The programme will be launched during Climate Week on March 6th 2013 with an event promoting trade in the Green Deal and ECO. Tier One suppliers such as Keepmoat will be present together with representatives of the region's local authorities. It is therefore a must attend event for other Tier one suppliers, Green Deal Providers, Green Deal Advisers and any other businesses looking take part in these supply chains. The emphasis is on trading rather than social networking. After three 5 minute presentations, delegates will be able to book meetings with keynote speakers, trade with other delegates and set up appointments. #greenbusinessgrowth

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