metnet CONFERENCE 2012
24th October 2012
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metnet conference 2012

Thursday 1 November; 8am – 2pm at Ludlow Racecourse.

This year’s metnet conference offers a range of presentations and workshops designed to keep you up-to-date with developments in the environmental sector locally, inform you about current support initiatives and provide you with tips and tools to help your business grow and prosper in these challenging times.

• Join the Green Deal debate and discover what opportunities exist locally for your business

• Find out about medium or long-term developments or trends in the environmental sector that you need to be aware of in our horizon scanning section with Dr Robin Mannings

• Choose from workshops on Legislation in the Waste Industry, Technological changes and Innovations in the Waste sector, find out how to increase your business advantage as a result of the government’s Green Deal initiative and/or access support on how to grow your business

• PLUS gain practical tools and ideas on how to make networking really count by making sure you get the right result i.e. grow your client base and make sure you plant your credentials positively in the minds of potential clients.

• Followed by a networking lunch and a chance to practise your new found skills!

In addition to meeting key agencies providing help and advice and the chance to network with environmental companies from across the Marches

For further details visit the metnet Conference website at

For the full conference programme, please visit -

To book please email your details to

with ‘Conference’ in the subject line. 

'metnet' is a partnership between Telford and Wrekin Council, Shropshire Council, Herefordshire Council and Worcestershire County Council, administered by Shropshire Council.

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