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28 . Glasgow Business April/May 2016


ADD ASPARK TO YOUR BUSINESS


All-Energy Conference and Exhibition will be held on 4 and 5 May at the SECC G


lasgow Chamber of Commerce will again be playing a key role in the All-Energy Conference, which this year is being held on 4 and 5 May


at the Scotish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC). Te All-Energy Conference is in its 15th


year and its second to be hosted in Glasgow aſter the success of last year’s inaugural event in the city. It has long been established as the UK’s


leading renewable energy exhibition and conference, which brings together the latest technologies and thought leaders from around the world. All-Energy atracts visitors from a whole


range of sectors including onshore and offshore wind, bioenergy, wave and tidal power, sustainable cities and energy efficiency. Chamber staff will be seeking to showcase


the opportunities available in and serving renewable energy, energy efficiency and their suppliers. Alison McRae, Projects Director of


Glasgow Chamber of Commerce, said: “Tere are very significant benefits in becoming involved in the circular economy, both for individual businesses and for the city economy as a whole. “We want this year’s All-Energy Conference


and Exhibition to be a key opportunity for Glasgow Chamber Members and other


businesses to learn more about these issues and see how they can be applied to their companies for the benefit of the business, for the wider economy and of course the environment.” Tis year Glasgow Chamber of Commerce


will be sharing a stand with Invest Glasgow, Glasgow City Council’s inward investment team, which is dedicated to encouraging and assisting investment and promoting the city as one of the most business-friendly locations in the UK and Europe. Glasgow Chamber of Commerce staff


will be showcasing the pioneering work they are doing on the circular economy in partnership with Zero Waste Scotland and


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