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WORLD LEADING BUSINESS SUPPORT

SCALE-UP PROGRAMME: SUSTAINABILITY WORKOUT

2 & 3 February 2022, online (by invitation only)

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About the Workout

Fast-paced and dynamic, this workout is available exclusively and fully-funded to existing members of our Scale-Up programme. Delivered by specialists in sustainable innovation, this online workshop will help you explore sustainability, innovation in the circular economy and help
you scrutinise your business model to look at how you could evolve it to access new markets, adopt new financial models, find new value by streamlining internal processes and as a business become more sustainable. If you are planning your R&D and funding roadmap – this is the ideal programme to participate in order to develop your strategy.

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Who should apply?

This programme is open to Scale-Up Member companies developing low carbon or sustainable products and services from all sectors including but not limited to technologies addressing renewable energy, waste to energy, alternative fuels, recycling, water treatment, air pollution, carbon capture and storage, alternative fuel vehicles and building technologies.

Businesses from any sector, looking to make their products and services more sustainable can also apply.

Register for a place.

Your registration will be processed by our team and we will be in contact to confirm your place and provide you with further details.

If you require any special support to access this event, please contact us so we can help make necessary arrangements.

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