Going Green is good for your Business

Online, Thursday 21st January

As we prepare for what 2021 has in store, we should look for the opportunity to build resiliency to now only survive but thrive in the years to come.

Sustainability is a core component of resilience. When you build sustainable business operations, you're less like to face losses of critical functions and you bounce back quicker when facing economic, social, and environmental challenges.

Join Digital Dún Laoghaire and Bank of Ireland for a lunchtime webinar on January 21, 2021 as we dedicate an hour to building financial resiliency for your business – through a focus on sustainability.

Speakers:

  • Cathaoirleach Una Power (LinkedIn) – Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council
  • Dr. Joanne Rourke (LinkedIn) – Resource Efficiency Officer – Dublin City Council
  • Phil Walker (LinkedIn) – Managing Director – EcoMerit
  • Aileen Morrissey (Linkedin) – Financial Wellbeing Coach – Bank of Ireland

During the hour, our panel of experts will cover:

  • Improving sustainability while saving on energy, waste and water costs
  • Accessing routes to grant aid for energy-saving improvements
  • Participating in the circular economy and MODOS
  • Taking steps to prevent global client change
  • Understanding how Ireland fares in the context of climate change and global income

We're excited about this webinar, and we're delighted to welcome a panel of truly world class thinkers and doers! So come along and learn not only why sustainability is critical but how your business can achieve it in 2021. And remember, whether we're facing the challenges presented by COVID-19 or climate change, we're all in this together.


Date:
Thursday 21st January
Time:
1.00pm
Price:
Free

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