NEMEX leads to Australian business venture for Cornish firm

A firm who demonstrated how to cut energy wastage at last year's Sustainabilitylive! have been invited to Australia after showcasing their wares at the show.

Energy saving business Enigin was demonstrating its Eniscope solution, which helps businesses to not only monitor and manage energy use but to become energy efficient by changing behaviour.

It also highlights where action can be taken because they are able to measure and see the energy being used on a clear, simple to read graphic display.

It was this demo at NEMEX during the show that caught the eyes of UK Trade and Investment, a branch of the UK Government, who invited the firm to join as British government funded trip to meet Australian businesses.

Enigin's commercial director, Tim McMahon, is being shipped out to Australia, he said: "I have a business seminar set-up by one of our distributors which will see me presenting to businessmen from many diverse industries.

"It's not that we're unknown down-under - on the contrary they have many successful distributors operating across the great expanse of Australia.

"So why make this trip? Because the arrival of an Enigin representative on a UK government sponsored mission will raise the awareness of Enigin's energy saving solutions to businesses throughout Australia.

"I will be speaking to the Australian Broadcast Corporation about the trip and what we can offer, and that will be a great opportunity for us to be able to get the word out about Enigin, it's very exciting."

Luke Walsh




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