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Increase efficiency and boost results

The Eco Fair is back this June to give businesses the chance to showcase their achievements and efficiency solutions to a regional audience. The event, which focuses on helping visitors save money and use resources more efficiently, is aimed at senior managers involved in facilities management, procurement, supply chain, health & safety and quality.

Now in its 7th year Eco Fair is the largest B2B environmental event in the north of England. It takes place on Wednesday 15th June from 8.30am to 4.00pm at the Centenary Pavilion, Elland Road in Leeds. Last year Eco Fair attracted around 600 delegates from across West Yorkshire and further afield. Delegates said Eco Fair 2015 was “inspirational” and the seminars were “excellent”, “really useful” and “very professional”.

This year’s event will be another fantastic opportunity to network with local businesses and showcase cost-saving solutions to decision makers.

The event, organised by West & North Yorkshire Chamber of Commerce, will include 4 themed zones: energy & carbon, people & property, circular economy and policy & regulation. There will be around 20 seminars including a session on making the most of your environmental credentials when tendering for work and a case study from Agfa Graphics about how they use resources efficiently and have become a best practice, award-winning plant for sustainability.

Sandy Needham, chief executive of West & North Yorkshire Chamber said: “It is rare for anyone to leave Eco Fair and not feel the benefit. Whether that’s ideas, information, advice or new business contacts, Eco Fair will inspire people to improve their businesses through some excellent case studies, seminars and exhibitors.”

Exhibition space starts at £650 + VAT and can be booked at www.eco-fair.co.uk or by calling 01274 206660. Anyone interested in attending as a delegate to find out how their organisation can reduce costs and environmental impacts, can also register on the website. Delegate places are free of charge.

Written on 22nd April 2016Lillie Geistdorfer. Published in Environment, News, News story 1