LIVE Sustainable Business Covered podcast: Unlocking innovation in sustainability and energy
Day Two of edie Live saw the second LIVE broadcast of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast, this time focusing on unleashing the power of innovation with industry experts from Heathrow, AB Sugar, Yellow Octopus Fashion and Mitie Energy.
Episode 64 of the edie podcast, sponsored by Mitie Energy, is brought to you from the Innovation theatre at edie Live. The episode sees edie’s content editor Matt Mace chair an on-stage panel discussion on “unlocking sustainability in energy and sustainability”.
The episode features expert advice from Katharine Teague, head of advocacy at AB Sugar, Matt Prescott, the interim director of Heathrow Centre of Excellence for Sustainability, Jack Ostrowski, chief executive of Yellow Octopus Fashion and Peter Nisbet, managing director of Mitie Energy.
The podcast guests explore their own focus on innovation, including AB Sugar’s recent Water Challenge, Heathrow Airports innovation competitions to support a carbon-neutral expansion and Yellow Octopus Fashion’s business model, which was crowned by edie as the Circular Economy Innovation of the Year.
The episode follows Day One’s Live podcast broadcast focusing on leadership in the post-CSR era. That episode features fascinating insight from Marcela Navarro, chief executive and co-founder, ProjectXGlobal, Mike Hanson, head of sustainable business at BaxterStorey, Simon Graham, head of innovation at De Courcy Alexander and Jamie Hall the operations Director of Mitie Energy. You can listen to that episode here.
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