Inspiring, green and innovative: why I came away impressed by RegenSW’s Renewable Energy Marketplace
What do an electric four-wheel vehicle you can peddle, unobtrusive secondary glazing and a bit of brass piping that makes it less expensive to run a combi boiler have in common? They all originate from the southwest and they were all being showcased at RegenSW’s Renewable Energy Marketplace (REM) this week.
Do you think of your business blog as merely a ‘nice-to-have’ marketing tool, which, if only you had more time, you would write more content for? If so, you wouldn’t be the only green business to underestimate the power of corporate blogging.
Your marketing team ought to be using a wide range of content marketing tactics and strategies to promote your presence at the in-person event before, during and after the event.
An increasing number of hotels and event venues are taking more care about their environmental footprint, but are they doing enough? And how responsible are we about the events we choose to organise and attend?
Twitter is one of the most effective social media platforms on the web. It is used by an ever increasing number of people and organisations that champion environmental concerns. So how can you use it to your best advantage?
If we can create safe environments and get together as groups we can not only feel better but also come up with some new ideas and tap into that £5.7 billion of low carbon economic growth reported in GreenWise.
With so many conferences on offer, using a checklist to evaluate the value of attending an event will help ensure a return on the cost of attendance and the time spent out of the office. What do you think of our GreenWise Conference Checklist and what is your advice?