Nemex Show News November 2006
5 December 2006, News release from Nemex 2007
Nemex, part of Sustainabilitylive! is organised by FHG, publisher of Environment Business and online resource edie.net Energy in Buildings and Industry is the official media partner.
Want to be heard?
With so many products and services available how can you get buyers interested in your company?
We've got the solution:
· How better to reach your target audience than by talking to them directly? Face to face communication is key so if you want to let people know what your company is doing apply for a seminar slot in our features programme
· Complete our Product Locator form and enable visitors to the show websites to
search for your company using keywords
· Apply for one of the many awards up for grabs - not only will winners be recognised at the Industry Achievement Awards Ceremony, all short-listed candidates will benefit from increased coverage in the run up to the shows
Read on to find out more...
We know networking is key
Due to the huge time demands placed upon energy and renewable professionals why not do as much business as possible at Nemex in May 2007. Understanding that time out of the office is precious we have increased the number of networking areas at the events with the aim of facilitating peer discussion.
If you want to take a leisurely lunch with clients at the show - you'll now be able to in our VIP Dining Area. Tables need to be pre-booked but we'll provide you with more information in the New Year...
Call for papers
Don't miss your chance - get your seminar application form back to us as soon as possible! We are offering you the opportunity to take to the floor and present to delegates at Nemex in May 2007.
There is no doubt that the impact commercial industry has on the environment is dominating legal, political and socio- economic policies and frameworks. Increasingly businesses need to review their own business models to ensure they
meet stringent legislative and ethical demands while retaining their ability to remain competitive. Sitting at the heart of the exhibitions the features programmes will provide an important opportunity to forward debate;
showcase both cutting edge technologies and the latest services whilst exploring the practical impact and implementation issues of recent legislation and directives. All seminars must be educational in nature but will allow you to tell your company's success stories...
If you are interested in applying for a slot:
· Download a seminar application form from www.sustainabilitylive.com, search for
· Complete the application form, providing as much detail as possible
· Fax back to +44 (0)20 8651 7144
· Wait to hear if your topic has been selected
· If your session is selected, you must provide us with a copy of your PowerPoint
presentation no later than Monday 23 April 2007
Be seen, be found...
All booked exhibitors need to make sure they complete the relevant show Product Locator form. Using keywords from the form, visitors to the show websites will be able to search for the products and services they require - if you match their search your company name will be shown on the results page!
Return your form ASAP!
Nemex, part of Sustainabilitylive! is organised by FHG, publisher of Environment Business and online resource edie.net Energy in Buildings and Industry is the official media partner
You are in good company!
Although you can view the full exhibitor list at www.nemex-energy.co.uk, recently booked exhibitors include:
Apollo Connect - CMR Consultants Ltd - Danlers - Domosys Corporation - ECO Heat Pumps Ltd - Excalibur LPA Ltd - ITT Lowara - Maxsys Ltd - National Energy Foundation - Qonnectis plc - Sharp Solar - The Energy Savers - Trends
Control Systems - Waterscan - Zeta Solar
Have you booked yet?
If not call Paul Fitzgerald on +44 (0)151 334 6763 to see what stands are still available.
Even more industry support...
Since last month we have been talking to even more industry bodies and can announce that the Energy Institute and Energy in Buildings and Industry (EiBI) will be working with us.
As the only chartered professional membership body exclusively for the energy industry, the Energy Institute provides a home for energy professionals. With a reservoir of knowledge for the industry, the EI offers a range of products
and services to support professionals within the sector.
Energy in Buildings and Industry is the UK's only monthly magazine for energy management. Established for over 20 years, EiBI is the energy managers' prime source of up-to-date news, views and technical developments. As organisers of Nemex 2007, we are delighted to announce that EiBI is our official media
We are pleased to announce that applications for the Nemex Energy manager of the Year and the Nemex Renewable Innovation Award 2007 will be open soon. If you are working in this sector why not let others know about the great work you are doing! Simply visit www.nemexenergy.co.ukand search for awards.
Keep up to date with edie.net
www.edie.net provides you with up to the minute news relevant to your sector. Outlined below are a few of the current stories...
Action on climate will help, not hurt economy
Acting now to curb greenhouse gas emissions will cost the world considerably less than paying the price of uncontrolled climate change later, the world's first major assessment of the economics of global warming has found. Climate change will hit developing countries hardest through drought, falling crop yields and depleted fish stocks. A central message of the long-awaited Stern Report is that radical action to cut carbon emissions now will preserve rather than undermine economic growth in the future, preventing a major drop in living standards worldwide.
Debate over climate law heats up
Opposition leader David Cameron has called for binding annual carbon cut targets, as the debate over a climate change law for the UK intensified this week.
Calls for a climate bill came ahead of results from the Stern Review of the economics of climate change.
With opposition backing a climate change bill and reports that it is to be included in the Queen's speech on November 15th, discussion has moved on from whether a law should be introduced onto what it should look like in practice. Environmental groups want binding year-on-year targets, and have now been joined by the Conservatives who call for "proper legislation, not a watered-down measure that fails to set annual targets."
Trade unions urge deep greenhouse gas cuts
Europe's trade unions have called for greenhouse gas cut targets of 75% by 2050, which they say will minimise future impacts of climate change on workers as long as social aspects are factored into policy.
Public transport is one of the sectors where climate change will mean new jobs. In anticipation of an EU green paper on climate change adaptation, expected by the end of the year, the European Trade Union Congress (ETUC) urged ambitious greenhouse gas cut targets of 25% by 2020 and 75% by 2050.
Whether you are looking to book, or have already done so and need some marketing assistance please feel free to contact us, we'd love to hear from you!
P: (0)20 8651 7140
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For further information please email Nemex 2007