The fresh Group to deliver Business & Climate Summit

The Climate Group has appointed The fresh Group to deliver the Business & Climate Summit at the Guildhall in London this month.

Managing director of The fresh Group Patrick Howells
Managing director of The fresh Group Patrick Howells

Taking place on 28-29 June, the event brings together 1,000 delegates from business, government and finance to deliver climate action. The 2016 Business & Climate Summit will build on the success of 2015’s event, which attracted some of the world’s most influential CEOs and policymakers.


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The two-day summit will set out a roadmap for how businesses, in the short, medium and long term, can take advantage of a swift transition to the net zero carbon economy. There will also be a supporter’s dinner at the London Museum on the 28 June for up to 300 guests.

After successful appointment, The fresh Group has been tasked with supporting and developing the operational plans, logistical management and live delivery. Managing director Patrick Howells said: "We are incredibly proud to support The Climate Group in the delivery of this critical summit, a real must-attend event for progressive leaders from across the world."

Marc Hazelden, account director from The fresh Group, added: "We are very excited and honored The Climate Group have appointed us to manage the logistics and operations for this high-profile event. We’ll be using every ounce of our experience and skills to ensure the event operations and logistics run as smoothly and efficiently as possible."

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