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edie Live 2018

Achieve your sustainable energy future, today at edie Live

At edie Live (22-23 May, NEC Birmingham), we will show you how your organisation can achieve a sustainable future, today. Driving resource efficiency across your business and its supply chain is a highly complex and challenging mission. But this mission is possible. At the NEC Birmingham on 22-23 May, edie Live 2018 will show you how.

EdieLive 2018 logoWith a focus on resources, energy the built environment, mobility and business leadership, edie Live will empower individuals and organisations to move from ambition to action across all areas of sustainable development.

"Mission Possible is about inspiring and helping businesses achieve a sustainable future, today and edie Live is the perfect setting to bring this mission to life," said edie's content director Luke Nicholls.

"Strategic thinking will be offered on the keynote stage; practical advice across the seminar theatres; workshops will encourage co-creation and collaboration to tackle life challenges; the innovation centre will showcase the best solutions; and the advice clinics will offer one-to-one consultations with the experts.

"Add to that the hundreds of leading suppliers and service providers across the show floor and you have a must-attend event for anyone and everyone who wants to achieve a low-carbon, resource efficient and profitable future."

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Across the two day event (22-23 May, NEC Birmingham), you will discover innovative products and solutions from more than 100 suppliers including Action Sustainability, Barley Communications, Bio-bean, BOA Recycling Solutions, BRE Global Limited, Chauvin Arnoux, Compact & Bale, Cranfield University, Ditto Sustainability, Domino Printing, Eco Action Games, e-Coffee Cup, EHS Data – MonitorPro, EVBox, FLEXIM Instruments, Forest Carbon, Helistrat, KeepCup, Lorax Compliance, MyOxygen, NQA, phs Group, Propelair, Slaters Electricals, SWRnewstar, The Planet Mark and UL EHS Sustainability.

Keynote and seminars

With session titles including 'Achieving the Mission: What sustainability leadership looks like', 'Taking the lead on resources' and 'Changing minds on sustainability', the Keynote stage will give visitors the strategic thinking required to understand how they can drive profits and scale-up innovation.

Be inspired by thought leaders and best practice case studies in our free-to-attend and CPD-certified Resource Efficiency Theatre and Energy Innovation Theatre, equipping you with the tools you need to accelerate the transition to a low-carbon economy. From solving the plastics problem and adopting closed-loop industrial processes through to supply chain sustainability and water efficiency, speakers include representatives from Thames Water, Costa Coffee, Environmental Audit Committee, Environmental Industries Commission, WRAP, The Co-operative Group, Sir Robert McAlpine, phs Group, E.ON and WWF.

Free one-to-one Advice clinics

Be coached to overcome your business energy challenges in our free one-to-one Advice Clinics with industry experts. Topics include ISO 20400: sustainable procurement, carbon management, sustainable development goals, electrifying your fleet, modern slavery and communications & behaviour change.

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Learn how to make disruptive technologies and solutions work to your advantage in the Mission Possible Innovation Centre.

Mission Possible Workshops

Co-create solutions to key sustainability challenges including 'Solving the plastics problem', 'Getting serious about the SDGs' and 'Winning the war on waste in your supply chain' in the Mission Possible Workshops. The workshops will be facilitated by the likes of The Co-operative Group, William Jackson Food Group, Adnams Plc, Kingfisher and Ecover.


edielive seminarDevelopImages-Edie2017 digires-278 copyJoin us at edie Live and get involved in discussions that go beyond simple resource efficiency measures to equip you with the insight, inspiration and innovations you need to accelerate the low-carbon transition and achieve your 'mission possible' for resources.

Discover your Mission Possible at edie Live 2018. We will give you the solutions to help you achieve your Mission Possible.

Register for your free edie Live 2018 pass, the latest show news, exhibitor list, keynote and seminar schedules at edielive.com/et-preview

You can also follow show news on twitter at @edielive #edielive2018 #missionpossible

Your edie Live pass gives you access to:
• The keynote stage and seminar theatres
• 100+ suppliers and service providers
• Mission Possible Workshops
• Mission Possible Innovation Centre
• Advice Clinics
• EV Showroom
• Utility Week Live (co-located with edie Live)