The series includes a number of industry leading experts sharing their knowledge to help businesses thrive in 2021.

In the fifth and final webinar of the series, join Chris Woodfield, Knowledge Exchange Officer for the Low Carbon Devon project, to learn about how your organisation or enterprise can access free support to reduce your carbon impact and shift towards a low carbon economy.

The Sustainability Hub: Low Carbon Devon project, running to early 2023 and delivered by the University of Plymouth, aims to provide an exciting new catalyst for low carbon economic growth in Devon and is supporting Devon-based enterprises to access research and business support, for example fully-funded internships, research collaborations and workshops / events. The Low Carbon Devon project is supported by an investment from the ERDF (European Regional Development Fund). For more information contact Chris on or the following link.

Chris Woodfield is the Knowledge Exchange Officer for the Low Carbon Devon project which is to lead on the knowledge exchange activity for the project enabling Devon-based enterprises to access research and business support with the University, around the low-carbon agenda. Chris joined the project in September 2020 and is focusing on building relationships with Devon SMEs and social enterprises, identifying and facilitating research collaborations, managing the delivery of the Low Carbon Student and Graduate Internship Programme, and overseeing the project’s events programme.

Register in advance to secure your place:

March 3rd, Free Legal support for Business Tenants, Wolferstans, James Twine

April 7th, Thriving beyond Corona-coaster – practical tips for self-care, Finding True North, Ann McCluskey

May 5th, Attracting the Brightest Talent: the benefits of engaging with your local University, The Careers and Employability Service, University of Plymouth, Simon Taylor and Rhys Barnes-Smith

June 2nd, How Low Carbon Devon can support you to take action on climate change, Low Carbon Devon, Chris Woodfield

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