Unpacking some simple strategies to save money and green your business for Park Royal Businesses.

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      Park Royal Business Group Breakfast Forums are a space to network and discuss pertinent issues with fellow businesses from Park Royal and further afield over a cooked breakfast, tea and coffee. 

      Join local industry experts on Thursday 27 January at Ace Cafe for a roundtable discussion on simple strategies to save money and green your business for Park Royal Businesses.

      Speakers will include environmental sustainability experts from Better Futures+ who can offer practical advice, strategies and support; and a Better Futures+ alumni, who will be sharing their experience of the programme and how they’ve identified £1000s of savings from conducting an in depth energy audit and analysis of their food supply chain to reveal the impact of different ingredients.


      09.00 am – Arrival & Registration. Breakfast will be served.

      09.30 am – Better Futures+ presentation

      09.50 am – Case Study from Dina Foods

      10.00 am – Q & A

      10.30 am – Discussion continues and guests are invited to stay for optional networking and personal 1:1s with the Better Futures team.


      Contributors to the discussion will be:

       Jane Mossman, Better Futures+ Project Manager, West London Business

       Barney Close, Environmental Sustainability and UN SDGs Coordinator, West London Business

       Wilda Haddad, Project Director, Dina Foods 



      The Breakfast Forum will be located at the iconic Ace Cafe. Ample free parking is available on site. 

      Ace Corner, N Circular Rd, London NW10 7UD



      • £11 for PRBG members/ associate members

      • £11 for Park Royal businesses with 10 or fewer employees that register with sarah.spateri@westlondon.com for a free Associate PRBG Membership

      • £16+VAT for all others

      For any queries, do not hesitate to get in touch with sarah.spateri@westlondon.com


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