Online registration is now closed, you are welcome attend and pay on the door
- Are you an SME Business in the North East of England?
- Do you want to meet with other like minded businesses who wish to grow as an ethical business, share best practice and promote responsible working practices?
- Are you interested in learning more and positively contributing towards the environment, ethical working practices and your local community?
- Then welcome to the North East Ethical Business Network!
What to expect:
Paul Rhodes: SHE and External Affairs Manager (Greggs) will discuss will talk about the benefits of being sustainable/responsible. He will share research on consumer/customer thinking on buying from a good business and how ethical businesses improve their reputation by being ‘good’. Paul will also share some best practice on how you can make your business more resilient by thinking ‘sustainable’ and how socially positive organisations actually make more money as a result of this.
Jess Miller: BIND Project and Ugly Duckling Food – Jess will talk about food waste and how her organisations’ use food destined for landfill to make jams and chutneys, which she sells at markets and to businesses. Jess works with the Magic Hat café and also informs food waste activities such as the ‘No Time to Waste’ report by the Council.
Val Chybowski: Changing Lives is a registered charity that delivers specialist services for housing, employment, women and children and recovery. They support people facing multiple disadvantage in society and enable them to transform their lives.
Informal Networking: Allowing you to meet other like minded business,share best practice and discuss potential collaboration.
All funds raised will be split 50/50 between Changing Lives and NIBE