The ‘Business Strategy to Low Carbon Supply Chains Conference‘ will take place on 30th November 2011, 10am to 3pm, at DLA Piper, Sheffield.
The conference is open to large and small businesses and public organisations with an interest in low carbon supply chain management.
The conference will discuss how businesses can reap financial and environmental benefits from the implementation of low carbon strategies in their operations and supply chains and from best practice sharing also helping to:
- Increase Competitiveness
- Enhance Reputation
- Improve Bottom Line!
The conference will also discuss:
- How to make the most of the available opportunities?
- How to select and implement best strategies?
- How to engage and influence supply chain partners?
- What drives companies in different sectors?
- How do the top companies do it?
This free conference will highlight drivers, challenges and benefits of Low Carbon Supply Chains as well as experiences from leading companies, policy and the latest development in cross-sector carbon management and practices.
Rolls-Royce plc, Sheffield Forgemasters International Ltd, Skanska, Muntons plc, Brocklesby Ltd, the Government and others including Prof Lenny Koh, Director of Logistics and Supply Chain Management (LSCM) Research Centre, The University of Sheffield.
For the full conference details download the flyer at:
The conference is organised and sponsored by the Centre for Low Carbon Futures and DLA Piper via the Low Carbon Supply Chain Research project partnership with Rolls-Royce plc, Tata Steel, Sheffield Forgemasters International Ltd, Skanska, ITM Power, Muntons plc, Brocklesby Ltd, MAS, Sheffield City Region, South Yorkshire Green Business Club, South Yorkshire Regions Chambers of Commerce.
The Centre for Low Carbon Futures (CLCF) is a collaborative research centre established by the Universities of Hull, Leeds, Sheffield and York. The Centre focuses on the evidence base and demonstration of low carbon innovations for the benefit of businesses, organisations and the community. www.lowcarbonfutures.org.