edie Live 2016: What the speakers have to say

With the days counting down until the edie Live 2016 exhibition doors open, and with more than 120 industry experts set to feature across two days within the NEC Birmingham, edie has captured some of the most insightful soundbites from all of our recent speaker interviews.


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Taking place next Tuesday and Wednesday (17-18 May), the UK’s leading event for energy, sustainability and resource efficiency professionals will offer delegates a host of new features, networking and events and prominent, high-level keynote speakers.

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Issues and queries surrounding concepts such as the circular economy, onsite solutions and data management will all be highlighted and addressed on the various stages across the two days. In the build up to the exhibition, edie has been speaking with the expert speakers to gather their thoughts and insights on some of the biggest sustainability issues.

So, to whet your appetite ahead of 17 May, find out what experts from WRAP, Whitbread, npower and others have said and done in order to drive sustainable business.

 

Why attend edie Live 2016?

The edie Live 2016 exhibition and conference will feature three practical, CPD-accredited seminar theatres based on the key industry themes of energy efficiency, onsite solutions and resource efficiency. Seminar session titles include ‘Putting the O in ESOS’, ‘Next generation: leading the way in onsite renewables’, and ‘Making waste fashionable’.

Running alongside these seminars will be a free, strategic edie Leaders theatre, helping delegates understand the broader risks and opportunities for driving profit, innovation and brand value through sustainability leadership. Leaders theatre session titles include ‘Inside the mind of the finance director’ and ‘Making it happen: first steps to a new business model’.

Meanwhile, 10 potentially ground-breaking and commercially viable green innovations – all aimed at tackling sustainability head on – are bidding for the chance to win a £6,000 support package through the Innovation Zone. The Innovation Zone winner will be announced at the end of the first day (17 May). 

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