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Digital Business Meet-up: Net Zero

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August 4

The Wilton Centre | Wilton TS10 4RF United Kingdom

9:30 am - 1:30 pm

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Innovate UK KTN’s Digital & Creative Team have been running Digital Business Meetups for over fours years helping UK-based digital companies to learn about funding and business support opportunities available to them across various sectors and making valuable connections and partnerships.

The first session, to be held on 4 August at The Wilton Centre, will look at the following:

Sustainability including circular economy, Net Zero, decarbonisation and lowering emissions is now more important than ever and the clock is ticking. The UK has declared a “climate emergency” and is committed to Net Zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. New technologies that can help improve processes to reduce emissions, manage “waste” more efficiently or improve the environment for generations to come can and will play a critical role across all sectors.

If you are an innovative SME with new ideas and solutions that can bring new positive change to the environment, join us for this series to hear about the latest funding and support opportunities available to you, share some of your innovation stories and network with other businesses to spark new collaborations.

Confirmed Speakers:

– Abigail Bell, Innovation Executive, NEPIC

– Elle Runton, Knowledge Transfer Manager – Net Zero, Innovate UK KTN

– Jonathan Tudor, Investment Partner, Clean Growth Fund

During the session, you will be able to:

  • Learn about the funding and business support available from Innovate UK (part of UKRI) and other support organisations
  • Learn about how KTN can help you make valuable business connections
  • Introduce your own digital business to others (NOTE: five 3-min spots will be available to pre-selected businesses)
  • Network and speak directly with our presenters and other participating businesses after the main event

Competition Law Statement

Trade association meetings have, in the past, been used as a forum for the establishment of cartels and they are therefore the subject of scrutiny by the UK Competition and Markets Authority.

For the purposes of remaining compliant with competition law, members should not discuss commercially sensitive strategic information (including but not limited to, details of proposed or actual pricing, information about target or key customers or expansion plans) in or around NEPIC meetings, including at unofficial get-togethers or over coffee/lunch.

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