ENDS partnership takes Green Monday national
Green Monday, the top networking event for corporate sustainability leaders, is expanding nationally in partnership with ENDS. ENDS will leverage its knowledge and contacts to advise on topics, content and speakers, and will bring Green Monday to the attention of its wide network of sustainability professionals.
Currently a popular monthly London event, Green Monday is now spreading to Birmingham, Manchester and Edinburgh. More locations are due to be announced soon. Climate change, CSR and sustainability leaders from across the UK will be able to participate in the round-tables, meetings and high profile speaker events for which Green Monday is well known.
“ENDS believes in the Green Monday concept and is delighted to be supporting its further development,” said Nick Rowcliffe, ENDS Editor-in-Chief. Ben Patten, founder of Green Monday said, “With our national network of events starting this partnership with ENDS will help us keep the London event fresh while helping us hit the ground running with our national programme.”
The next London event on 1 March will see climate change MPs Joan Ruddock, Simon Hughes, and Gregory Barker discuss the role of business in the move to a low carbon future.
Next Green Monday events:
- London (1st March)
- London (12th April)
- Birmingham and London (10th May)
- Manchester (7th June)
- Edinburgh (5th July)
Green Monday was launched in 2008 by Green Business Events, founded in 2007 to organise events that help companies understand the implications of climate change and the ways in which business needs to engage in the agenda. As well as Green Business Events also runs the annual conference Green Strategy and has organised a number of forums and business briefings.