Gaining a competitive advantage through reducing your carbon footprint

  • Design Business Strategies that Prepare your Organisation for a Carbon Constrained Future
  • Understand the basics of carbon accounting and how a carbon price might impact your business.
  • Learn about the risks and opportunities created under the introduction of a carbon price.
  • Develop a roadmap of energy efficiency opportunities that save energy and save money.

See the presenation from Rob Cawthorne, the  Managing Director of the  Carbon Reduction Institute at the “Taking Care of Business: Sustainable Transformation” Conference on the Gold Coast this September.

You will Learn about governments’ sustainability plans and the relevant grants available, make the “triple bottom line” relevant to your organisation and find business opportunities and trends in the sector.

The conference will update delegates on a range of effective sustainable business practises from energy saving to carbon pricing and provide great opportunities to network and learn from other organisations.

There will be a B2B exhibition for companies and entrepreneurs to promote their ideas, products and solutions to assist businesses and government departments achieve profitable sustainability. It will provide an avenue for emerging technologies and services that enable sustainability within business to be reveiwed, discussed and promoted. It will be a Sustainable Education Forum to benefit businesses, individuals and government and provide viable sustainable business options to SME’s.

If you would like to present at the conference please submit your abstract on the conference website.

The Conference will offer free wireless internet to all delegates and exhibitors at the Conference and free broadband in accommodation rooms.

We will be conducting an online Business-to-Business Forum, which enables registered delegates, presenters and exhibitors to network before, during and after the Conference. This will create an opportunity for delegates to set meeting times at the conference with other delegates or exhibitors and to maintain contact post event. It also provides an avenue for professionals to enter into a dialogue before the event and maintain one afterwards thereby maximising the business and learning opportunities raised by the Conference.

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