Nemex Show News October 2006
1 December 2006, News release from Nemex 2007
Can you afford to miss out? It might seem a long way away until May but we are already working on a number of projects behind the scenes to make Nemex 2007 a huge success... If you haven't yet booked a stand make sure you do so soon otherwise you will miss out on a number of marketing and PR opportunities!
What is on your agenda?
Today's business climate is seeing a sharp rise in the number of environmental and energy related issues making a mark on corporate agendas. Nemex will provide all purchasers and suppliers with an ideal opportunity to keep up to date with current legislation at our Legislationlive! sessions, access to facilitated networking to help you remain compliant as well as assisting in
knowledge development through a series of topical seminars and case study sessions.
Nemex, part of Sustainabilitylive! - the business opportunities are endless...
Reckon you're top of the game?
If you are already a high-flyer within the energy industry or renewables sector why not get your achievements recognised?
Nemex Energy Manager of the Year Award
Nemex Renewable Innovation Award
Sponsored by Enersol
Apply now for any of the awards listed above...
Industry Achievement Awards
Last year's Award Ceremony and Dinner was an extremely well attended event, with the night seeing the presentation of numerous awards - do you have what it takes to become one of our winners? Recognising and rewarding both achievements and innovation, the Sustainabilitylive! Industry Awards and Dinner will see the presentation of the:
- Nemex Energy Manager of the Year Award
- Nemex Renewable Innovation Award
For details of how to apply, simply email email@example.com or log on to www.sustainabilitylive.com.
I look forward to receiving your entry!
Who did you miss?
The last issue of the Show News outlined a number of exhibitors already signed up, but if you didn't exhibit last year, probably of more significance to you is the number of top class buyers you missed out on doing business with...
We could go on forever, but as a taster, representatives from:
ABB * Abbey Bank * Airbus * Alfred McAlpine * B&Q Plc * BAA Heathrow * Barclaycard * BBC * Boots * Bovis Lend Lease * British American Tobacco * British Nuclear Group * British Sugar Plc * Cadbury Schweppes Plc * Cadburys Trebor Bassett * Calor Gas * Carlsberg UK Limited * Castrol UK Ltd * Coca-Cola Enterprises * Comet Group Plc * Dairy Crest Ltd * Duracell * Faber Maunsell Limited * Fuji Film Electronic Imaging * Gillette UK Ltd * GlaxoSmithKline * HJ Heinz * Honda * IBM * John Lewis Partnership * Kellogg Company * Kraft Foods * LloydsTSB Group Plc * Lotus Cars Ltd * Marks & Spencer Group Plc * McDonald's Restaurants * MFI UK Ltd * Monarch Aircraft Engineering * Network Rail * Ntl Group Ltd * O2 * Pirelli UK Tyres * PriceWaterhouseCoopers * PSA Peugeot Citroen * Rolls Royce Plc * Royal Air Force * Royal Mail Group * Sharp * Shell Gas Direct * Siemens Industrial Turbines * Sir Robert McAlpine Ltd * Skanska * Somerfield Stores Ltd * Starbucks Coffee Company * Tesco Stores Ltd * Thames Water * The Co-Operative Group * Thomsonfly Airlines * Unilever * Virgin Active * Welcome Break Group Ltd * Wembley Stadium * Whitbread Plc... all attended the show in 2006.
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 In the know with edie.net
Don't forget to use the edie News Feeds on our websites to help you keep up to date with breaking news in your sector. Simply click on the taster line to be taken to the full story hosted on www.edie.net or see below for a summary of up to the minute stories...
Carbon stability possible but economy will take tiny hit
Cutting the global GDP by a couple of percent for the next 45 years would allow us to put off the threat of climate change. PwC looked at several different economic scenarios and the impacts they would like have on the environment over the coming four decades.
Renewables cash to spearhead investment in public sector
Wind turbine projects on public sites like hospitals and council houses will receive a £10m funding boost as part of the Government's efforts to open up the 'largely untapped' public sector to the renewables industry, the environment secretary said on Wednesday.
Developers embrace London's zero-carbon challenge
London's zero-carbon ambitions proved their commercial viability when 17 developers jumped at the chance of working on a major zero emission housing project this week. Six shortlisted candidates will now be competing to take on the development of the 200-home estate in London's Docklands...
Website hits the right spot...
Since its launch in early September, the Sustainabilitylive! website has already received a large volume of hits. We hope that you have been able to find all of the information you require on the site and would like to remind you that you'll be able to register through the site soon!
Leading the way for a sustainable future, Sustainabilitylive! 2007 will deliver:
· More buyers
· More sellers
· More revenues
· More profit
Can you afford to miss out?
FHG are proud to be working with...
As usual our shows are being supported by a number of industry trade associations and professional bodies. Although there are more in the pipeline, we are pleased to announce that our first official partners to provide support to Nemex, part of Sustainabilitylive! are:
The National Energy Foundation is an independent educational charity. Its objective is to work for the more efficient, innovative, and safe use of energy and to increase the public awareness of energy in all its aspects. Currently it is working in the areas of renewable energy and energy efficiency.
The Renewable Energy Association, formerly known as the Renewable Power Association, was established in 2001 to represent British renewable energy producers and promote the use of sustainable energy in the UK. The REA's main objective is to secure the best legislative and regulatory framework for expanding renewable energy production in the UK. The REA undertakes policy development and provide input to government departments, agencies, regulators, NGOs and others.
Sponsorship is an effective way of raising your profile at Nemex with minimum time input. Sponsorship packages have been designed to be as flexible as possible with the aim of matching your needs to the opportunities available, resulting in maximum exposure for your company. Ranging from website banners to over all event sponsorship we will have a package to suit you!
To date the ET, ICU and Nemex registration area, Nemex Energy Manager of the Year Award and ET, ICU and Nemex delegate bags have all been sponsored by companies working within the energy sector. Take a look at the website, or call us on +44(0)20 8651 7130 for more information on how you can get involved!
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
Great new adverts hit trade press!
With new branding we have also had a number of new adverts created - remember to look out for them in the trade press...
Following the recent departure of Christina Petrides, we would like to welcome Tracy O'Flaherty to our team. She has recently been
appointed as Marketing Manager for ET and ES, ICU and Nemex and is looking forward to getting to know both the industries and our
events. If you have ant suggestions for the 2007 shows, please give Tracey a call on +44(0)20 8651 7151.
Team Contact Details
Group Sales Manager ET/ES/ICU/Nemex
T: +44 (0)20 8651 7143
Sales Manager Nemex
T: +44 (0)151 334 763
M : +44(0)791 732 4995
Group Marketing Manager
P: +44 (0)20 8651 7113
Marketing Manager ET/ES/ICU/NEMEX
T: +44 (0)20 8651 7151
Marketing Executive ET/ES/ICU/NEMEX
T: +44 (0)20 8651 7130
Whether you are looking to book, or have already done so and need some marketing assistance please feel free to contact us...
For further information please email Nemex 2007