Get guidance on your company’s journey to carbon neutrality at the Worcestershire conference

COMPANIES seeking advice on their net zero journey in Worcestershire are being asked to attend the county’s latest sustainability conference.

The latest Business Worcestershire conference is hosted by Worcestershire County Council and will offer a range of perspectives and perspectives for businesses to consider on their journey to achieving net zero and carbon neutrality.

The event will take place at Sixways Stadium in Worcester on Monday, June 13 at 8:00. Businesses can register their presence online.

During the event, expert speakers will share information and tips to support businesses as they realize their net zero ambitions.

This includes the benefits and results of free energy assessments offered through Worcestershire’s Net Zero support programs, as well as advice on how to become a certified B-Corp.

Keynote speaker Alison Phillips will be joined by three certified B-Corp companies based in Worcestershire for a panel discussion where they will share their B-Corp journeys.

Other keynote speakers included Simon Helmer from Pro-Enviro, Alex Pearson from Midlands Net Zero Hub and Darren Fyles from Earth Hub.

Councilor Marc Bayliss, cabinet member for economy and skills, said: “I am delighted that the upcoming conference will focus on supporting businesses on their Net Zero journeys.

“I would encourage all Worcestershire businesses to take part.”

Participants will also have the opportunity to network and learn about the support available to businesses across the county.

There will also be partner stands where participants can connect, access support and discuss opportunities, with the conference ending at 1:00 p.m.

Councilor Richard Morris, cabinet member with responsibility for the environment, added: “I’m proud to have been invited to open the conference and update businesses on Worcestershire’s carbon neutrality plan.

“If your company has a strong appetite for change or is looking for support to help you pursue sustainable development, this conference is for you.”

This scheme is part-funded by the UK Government’s Shared Prosperity Fund (UKSPF).

The County Council is part funding, delivering and managing this project in partnership with Bromsgrove District Council, Malvern Hills District Council, Redditch District Council, Worcester City Council, Wychavon District Council, Wyre Forest District Council.

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