Sunday, January 8, 2017
Event - 2017 National Sustainability Summit
This scope of this event has been expanded this year with over 120 speakers. The speaker line-up is drawn from senior management from the largest and most influential Irish and international companies who have delivered quantifiable eco results. Speakers come from areas such as pharmaceutical, food, aviation, retail, hospitality, food, construction, manufacturing, IT, logistics and supply chain and energy sectors will deliver compelling case studies that will help you create a sustainable business of your own or adapt your current business model.
Get ahead of your peers, and participate in the National Sustainability Summit for an engaging and thought-provoking event, which will stimulate debate and help you to make the correct decisions to improve sustainability and profitability.
Key topics will include:
Water Management, Energy Efficiency, Sustainable Energy, Recycling, Waste Reduction, Sustainable Construction & Buildings, Sustainable Food, Sustainable Manufacturing, Sustainable IT, Sustainable Technology, Consumer Engagement, Sustainable Packaging, Sustainable Logistics and Supply chain, Regulations and Policy, Sustainable Investment, Tax and Legal issues, Sustainable Transport, And Much More
At The National Sustainability Summit Attendees Will:
- Hear from an impressive line-up of speakers from pharmaceutical, food, aviation, retail, hospitality, food, construction, manufacturing, IT, logistics and supply chain, energy companies etc that instrumental in securing Irelands long-term sustainable future.
- Network with the leading sustainability directors, energy directors, environmental directors, corporate social responsibly directors, production heads, operation directors, logistics, and supply chain directors, CEO’s etc that have an interest in making their companies more sustainable.
- Meet with leading suppliers of energy, water, engineering, packaging, supply chain, logistics, emissions reduction and waste to energy technology and services that have been instrumental in creating a more sustainable Ireland
Click here to Register. For a limited time entry is free.
Posted by Richard Matthews