Upcoming Low Carbon SME Workshops & Events
Our series of masterclass workshops aim to boost productivity and profitability by enabling carbon-conscious SMEs to acquire new skills, resources and knowledge. These sessions are designed to deliver tangible impacts by improving participants’ knowledge of carbon reduction and building awareness of new techniques, technologies and innovations.
Each workshop is delivered by experts, usually from our own specialist academic team – each of whom has accumulated a wealth of industry experience. Practical advice and guidance is coupled with real world experience for maximum learning outcomes.
For information on upcoming workshops and to register, please scroll below. To book select the appropriate workshop and click book now.
Please watch this space for further details on the upcoming workshops. If you are interested in any specific workshop, please do get in touch with us.
The way data is gathered, analysed, and understood can have an important impact on key decisions made by your organisation. Our Data Management workshop aims to equip your business with insightful data management techniques to enhance your productivity and profitability. The workshop was delivered by Aston University Data Management experts who are there to support you in your Data Management.
The goal of the workshop is twofold: to provide an overview of the current challenges for improving logistics and transport operations; and to identify and share best practices in order to reduce environmental and financial costs. The workshop will involve presentations from key players in the UK freight logistics and transport sector and a round table with experts from industry and academia. Join us for best practices to reduce your environmental and business costs
We are delighted to announce that our free low carbon advice and grant support programme is now available to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the Black Country. Eligible businesses can receive dedicated one-to-one support from energy experts and world-class academics to reduce their carbon footprint, and develop a holistic approach to energy efficiency that will lead you to higher productivity and increased net profit. Companies will be given the opportunity to apply for grant funding to cover 50% of the capital costs of replacing old and energy inefficient equipment.