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Launch event invitation: Green Growth Platform - 18 June, 3-6pm, Aurora Hotel in Crawley
27th May 2014

The University of Brighton will be launching the Green Growth Platform, an exciting new £3m, 5 year business growth project on 18 June, 3-6pm, at the Aurora Hotel in Crawley.

The Green Growth Platform aims to unlock growth in environmental sector companies across Sussex. As a catalyst for growth and innovation, the project will deliver a  range of services to small and medium sized enterprises with an environmental focus, including 1-2-1 business coaching, innovation and R&D support, product and service development, tailored training, graduate  internships funding support and a calendar of business networking events.

 

You are invited to the Green Growth Platform launch event on 18 June 3-6pm, at the Aurora Hotel in Crawley, featuring keynote speakers, including Keith Manger from the Royal Botanical Gardens Kew, case studies and the opportunity to network with others in the environmental sector.

 

Book your place today

This event is free to attend, but booking is essential.  Register on-line with our events partner, the Sustainable Business Partnership. If you have any questions please email Sustainable Business Partnership or call 01444 477501.

 

For more information on the Green Growth Platform, please contact Robb Cunningham, Project and Communications Manager, r.c.cunningham@brighton.ac.uk

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