Catch up on our previous webinars
Missed our live webinars? No problem, we know how busy life can be as an entrepreneur or a start-up! Catch up below, but make sure you register to be the first to hear about our next webinars and to have the option to participate in live Q&As.
What's next in sustainability: Guest speaker Abigail Herron
Green Springboard invites guest speaker Abigail Herron of Aviva Investors to bring us up to speed on 2020 sustainability trends, essential to help green and sustainable start-up businesses stay ahead of the curve. With only 10 years remaining to achieve the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals there's increased importance and opportunity for business owners to embrace them, whilst building a profitable yet purposeful business.
This webinar is designed for those already running their own business who want a sense of which sustainability trends are gathering momentum.
As we have seen with the Blue Planet 2 effect on the issue of plastics, sustainability issues are catapulted into the spotlight for many reasons.
This short webinar offers insight from a long time sustainability practitioner about what the hot topics are, within companies, investors and the media as well as where the money is flowing to.
What investors look for in a Green Business: Guest speaker Abigail Herron
Green Springboard invites guest speaker Abigail Herron of Aviva Investors to share insights around how green and sustainable businesses can best position themselves to gain interest from conscious investors.
This webinar is designed for those at an early stage of their green or sustainable business concept as well as those who are ready to scale up their business model and seek additional capital.
Hear about what impresses large investors from a sustainability and governance perspective, what questions you may be asked in order to demonstrate your credentials and what keeps investors awake at night.
The perspective given is from a large scale investor but many of the principles are applicable if you’re seeking venture capital, crowd funding or angel investing inputs too.