Business Networking Event

� Are you struggling to understand the issues associated with going green? � Would you just like to learn a little more? � Would you like to share in best practice? Then come along to our environmental networking event and meet other like-minded business

* Are you struggling to understand the issues associated with going green?

* Would you just like to learn a little more?

* Would you like to share in best practice?

Then come along to our environmental networking event and meet other like-minded business professionals.


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Tuesday 16th February 2010, 4pm-6pm

Find out what to look out for when considering your business environmental responsibilities AND meet other business professionals at one of our highly successful networking events.

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This event is being hosted by: Goldsmith Centre for Business, Letchworth Garden City SG6 3GB

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Our speakers on this occasion are:

* Dr Abe (Abraham) Abrahami (Peach Alternative Energy), "Solar Water Heating at a Private Home"

* Scott Copsey (University of Hertfordshire), "Travel Planning".

At this meeting you will gain an understanding of the impact environmental issues can make, how you can limit negative effects to grow into a more efficient and profitable business.

There will be plenty of time to network with other businesses so don't forget your business cards.

Only �5 for members of Environmental Population, �10 for non-members.

For further information on this event, or to find out about becoming a member of Environmental Population, please telephone 01438 317722 or e-mail admin@environmental-population.com.

Environmental Population organises Environmental Awareness events in Berks, Herts, Essex and Leicester. For information about these meetings, please visit the Events page on our website or send an email to Events@environmental-population.com

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