Kent Wildlife Trust believes that traditional networking is stale and unimaginative. At the same time we are working hard to help combat the climate crisis.
With the offer of a free lunch we are looking to pitch a very new idea to you which we are confident will work for you, work for your staff and work for your customers.
Kent Wildlife Trust sits at the heart of local communities right across Kent and we have listened to the business community since 1958. We all need to spend more time listening, now more than ever before, and improve our sharing of what we know in order to avert the climate crisis, in the easiest, most productive ways possible.
How are we going to achieve this? Kent Wildlife Trust is setting up Business Environment Networks (BEN) across the county, each being facilitated by the Trust with support from experts in the field of sustainability, corporate social responsibility, climate change and many more.
Amongst other things this group will:
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