Advice to go green and prosper

11:17 09 January 2012

The organisers said the event will help businesses to be greener and more succesful.

The organisers said the event will help businesses to be greener and more succesful.

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A networking event aimed at bosses who want to go greener will be held in Hitchin next week.

Business leaders who want to run more environmentally sound enterprises but are unsure of what to do are invited to the next Green Business Networking event on Tuesday January 17.

The organisers said the event will enable like-minded professionals to gain an understanding of the impact environmental issues can make, how to limit negative effects and to grow into a more efficient and profitable business.

Guest speakers are Asit Sharma of Eco Friendly Retailer and Sally Taylor of Environmental Population.

To book a place at the event which takes place at Eastways Enterprise Centre from 4pm to 6pm, go to www.environmental-population.com

Tickets are £5 for members and £10 for non-members.

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