Coventry City FC booked its place in the Championship Play-Offs on Monday – but that’s not the only big event the stadium will be hosting this year!
The Big Zero Show will be held at the Coventry Building Society Arena next month, having some of the top scorers in business and energy share their climate defence plan.
Andy Street, Juliet Davenport, Caroline Longman and Jon Butterworth are some of the keynote speakers – telling you how running a cleaner firm can be a hugely profitable move.
It’s been a big bank holiday for Coventry but whether the team secures its coveted spot in the Premier League or not, the city is taking strides to cut its carbon footprint.
Bret Willers, Head of Sustainability & Climate Change at Coventry City Council, will also be speaking at the Big Zero Show, detailing how the area will move towards its net zero goal.
Are you a public sector organisation or a business – big or small – that wants to know about sustainability and net zero?
Pathway to Net Zero talks will also be held to showcase businesses of all sizes from varying sectors tackling their carbon emissions and taking green strides!
You can find all the answers for free on the 20th of June at the Coventry Building Society Arena in Coventry.
The UK’s biggest net zero event for business, the Big Zero Show returns for its second year running, with Secretary of State Grant Shapps invited to be a guest speaker. Other famous names include Mayor of the West Midlands, Andy Street, Founder of Good Energy Juliet Davenport and plenty more guests.
Brought to you by future Net Zero, the cross-industry platform where businesses come together to help enable responsible growth and influence others, business and public sector leaders will be able to learn and understand how you can improve your company’s carbon footprint. You can get expert advice on cutting emissions and how to get the funding to help you do so.
In partnership with Coventry Council, the free event is set to be bigger and better than last year, with a focus on encouraging businesses across the UK to go net zero.
There are only 1500 free spaces so sign up now!