Business & Investment

Small Business Festival Webinar

Saving Energy Made Easy

To coincide with the Small Business Festival 2017, Sustainability Victoria and panel guests will bust some small business energy efficiency myths, giving you practical advice on how to save energy and dollars in your small business. In this webinar, SV will chew the fat with special guests, including a small business owner, to talk about how difficult it is sometimes to sort fact from fiction and know who to trust to provide the best advice to your growing business.

With more and more businesses attracting a new breed of customer who are keen to do the right thing for the environment, energy efficiency improvements may potentially give you an edge on the competition and increase your visibility in your community. Tune in and learn.

Event: Online Webinar: Saving Energy Made Easy

Date and Time: Tuesday 1 August 2017 - 12pm for 12.30pm start

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