Ben Patten, our friend over at Greenbizevents, just sent this in. Ben started up around the same time as Greenbang and we’ve been working together for more than a year now…
This is an update on Green Strategy, which takes places next week on Thursday 27th November 2008. We hope you will join us for this thoroughly informative day, which brings together the Green Monday network, and combines powerful networking opportunities with the latest insights. Below is an update, but full details can be found at www.greenbusinessevents.co.uk/events/greenstrategy2008/ .
Who is coming?
We expect over 200 people from the following companies (alphabetical):
2 Degrees, ADAS, AEA Technology, All Wind UK Ltd, Arup, BAE Systems, Bartle Bogle Hegarty Ltd, Basingstoke and North Hansts NHS Foundation Trust, BBC, BMJ Publishing Group, Bovis Lend Lease, BRASS, Bray Leino PR, BRE, British American Tobacco, British Gas New Energy, British Gas New Energy, British Sugar plc, BT , BTCV, Buro Happold, C Hoare And Co, Cadbury Schweppes, Carbon Sense, Carbon Statement, Carbon Trust Enterprises, Cimex, Cisco, Climate Group, Computacenter, Corporate Citizenship Company, The, CRed, Credit Suisse, DECC (Department for Energy & Climate Change), Deloitte, Deutsche Post World Net, Deutsche Telekom, DTZ Management Services Ltd, Eaga PLC, Earls Court And Olympia Group Ltd, Ecofys UK, Ecover, Ecover, Edelman, Edelman, EHS Brann Discovery, Elstat, Enagri Ltd, Environment Agency, EPSRC, Ergon Energy, ESD Ltd, Eurostar, First Climate, Forum for the Future, GE Real Estate, Global Action Plan, GlobeScan Incorporated, Green 2020 Limited, Green Business Events, Green Party, Green Tomato Cars, Green.tv, Greenpeace, Henley Business School, Herbert Smith, High Point Rendel, Hohenheim University Stuttgart, Honda Racing F1, HotRot Composting Systems Limited, HSBC, HSBC, HSBC Insurance Uk Ltd, IKEA, Imperial College, Imperial Tobacco Ltd, Institute of Directors, Institution of Civil Engineers, InterfaceFLOR, Islington Council, James Arbib, JP Morgan Climate Care, Kew Foundation, KPMG, Let’s Recycle.com, Linklaters, Logica UK, Macaulay Search, Man Group Plc, Marks & Spencer plc, Merrill Lynch, Merrill Lynch, Met Office, Microsoft, Mitsubishi, MSN, National Express, Natural England, NBTN, NERC, Network Rail, Office of Climate Change, OGC Buying Solutions, Orange, PA Consulting Group, Penguin Foods Uk Ltd, PeopleProfitPlanet, Perpetual Energy Ltd, Procter & Gamble, Pure Air Solutions, Real People Real Power From The Big Issue, Reed Elsevier Group plc, Regenersis, Reuters, RsB Consulting, SaltaSustainable, SD3 Ltd, Semplice Energy, Serco Group Plc, Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship, Solarcentury, Sony, Sustainable Business, SustainableTouring, Telegraph Media Group, Tesla , The Business Travel Magazine, The Carbon Trust, The Carbon Trust, The Concrete Centre, The Foundation, The University Of Kent, TJX EUROPE, TUI Travel PLC, Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, UK AWARE, Unilever, University Of Oxford, University of Plymouth, University of Surrey, Virgin Management, Vodafone, Volvo Car UK ltd, Wates Group Ltd, Wates Living Space, Wolff Olins Ltd, Woodland Trust, WWF, Yell Group.
1. Our full speaker list – www.greenbusinessevents.co.uk/events/greenstrategy2008/speakers.html
2. David Short, Environmental Counsel, GE
3. Rob Varley, Government Services Director, Met Office
4. Emily Farnworth, Head of Corporate Leadership, The Climate Group
Make your own schedule:
Everyone coming will be able to use our excellent new online system to pre-arrange meetings with others coming to the event.
Please join us by signing up now at www.greenbusinessevents.co.uk/events/greenstrategy2008/booking.html