It has never been more important to have a green voice in politics and in business. The Green Party has always maintained a dialogue with industry experts and professionals who are helping to build a more sustainable future, and its business networking events are all about sharing knowledge and experience to that end.
Wednesday 20 July 2016, 18:00-20:00
Happy Ltd. 3rd Floor 9 Alie Street, London, E1 8DE
The Green Party’s Business Network includes members and non-members who work in and around the green business agenda. It meets regularly to discuss issues facing business and industry, ranging from environmental sustainability and making a positive social contribution to what a future green economy will look like.
The network is a space for vibrant discussion and networking between like-minded businesspeople, and helps spread green ideas more widely into the business world.
This meeting will focus on Healthy, Happy and Sustainable Business. This will be a relaxed evening of discussion and idea exchange, with refreshments provided.
Jarvis Smith: Doing Business with Head or Heart?
Many business decisions seem black or white, however in trying times there are no hard and fast rules for the business entrepreneur.
Jarvis is an eco-entrepreneur who runs the country’s leading independent ethical lifestyle media company MyGreenPod and founded the sustainability awards People. Environment. Achievement. (P.E.A.) Awards.
Oliver Heath (pictured): The Science and Style of Biophilic Design
How improving the human connection with nature benefits the triple bottom line.
Oliver is Founder of Heath Design Ltd, an architectural and interior design practice combining three key strands: sustainable design, consumer engagement and communications to inspire the uptake of future thinking in the built environment. He stimulates the adoption of happier, healthier places to live and work through his projects as designer, writer, and TV presenter.
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