Upcoming Events – January & February
There are a lot of events taking place at the moment, both online and in person, check them out below!
How to attract and keep the right talent in a tough climate
20th January 2022 | 10-11:30am
New year, new job? Get insight and practical tips on how to recruit the right team and retain talent in the 2022 working environment.
The event is open to anyone who is currently going through the recruitment process or looking to recruit as part of their growth plans in what is an increasingly candidate driven job market.
Sally White, Director and Co-founder of SYLO Beyond HR and Su Copeland, CEO of Priddey Marketing will provide you with insight and practical tips on how to recruit the right team in the new working environment.
Access to Finance Conference for Innovators: coaching masterclass
27th January 2022 | 10-11:30am
Access to Finance for innovators: join our coaching masterclass for those seeking early stage and start-up funding with funding experts.
Coaching masterclass focused on those seeking early stage and start-up funding. Delivered by a series of experts with vast experience in helping business to obtain funding and grow. Speakers will provide grant funding advice, legal and tax insights and innovation specialisms.
Be The Change: B Corp
27th January 2022 | 6-8:30pm
Join us for this hybrid event to find out more about B Corp and meet likeminded businesses. Free to Future Leap members & open to all.
Being a B Corp means that you are honestly committed to creating real environmental and societal benefits. Expect informative talks, inspiring networking opportunities and valuable workshop activities to further support your ability to discover, collaborate and innovate.
After TRL 3: funding and scale up opportunities for your cleantech business
3rd February 2022 | 12-1:30pm
Hear from investors, bankers, and financial experts to help you map out a plan of action for growing your business in 2022
Coaching masterclass focused on those seeking early stage and start-up funding.
Join Cambridge Cleantech and Oxfordshire Greentech to Learn about the dos and don’ts to consider when seeking funding for your business and hear about exciting scaling up opportunities for your cleantech business.
You will also hear case studies from SMEs who have ‘got the t shirt and the scars’ about how co-bidding can give you a better chance at winning a bid.
Sustainable living: learn from leading One Planet Living communities
8th February 2022 | 8:30-10am & 4-5:30pm
The webinar will showcase the visionary One Planet Living Leaders who are using Bioregional’s One Planet Living framework to create some of the world’s most sustainable communities.
Session 1: 8.30am – 10:00am
Case studies include:
- One Planet Living in the City of Fremantle (Australia)
- Leading real estate development projects
Session 2: 16:00pm – 17:30pm
Case studies include:
- Windmill Developments and Epic Investment Services’ One Planet Living Real Estate Fund (Canada)
- Springfield Meadows, one of the UK;s most sustainable, zero-carbon housing developments
Innovative Solutions to achieve sustainable Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)
9th February 2022 | 4pm
New innovations are emerging to provide better Indoor Air Quality for domestic properties, and we are here to explore them with you.
The race is on to decarbonise the 29 million UK homes. Our Sustainable Smart Homes Special Interest Group (SIG) is now approaching the issue of Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) in domestic properties, and as it turns out, improving Indoor Air Quality is the quickest and cheapest way to protect people from worsening air pollution.
The Role of Buildings in Sustainable Development
15th February 2022 | 8-10am
Join us for this hybrid morning event to discuss the role of buildings in sustainable development. Free to Future Leap members & open to all
With the built environment contributing to around 40% of the UK’s total carbon footprint, it is paramount that we use technology and innovation to better our buildings and futureproof our cities.
How can we make our built infrastructure more efficient? What can we learn about the move towards “smart” buildings? How do we integrate people into new technology?
What can we learn about new builds and sustainable development in relation to Modern Methods of Construction, biodiversity, affordability and skills shortages?
Find out more at this hybrid business breakfast with University of Bristol and Bristol Housing Festival.