The Low Carbon Business Breakfasts take place monthly, offering an invaluable opportunity to hear about developments in the low carbon sector and make new connections in the region, before your work day starts.
**NEW FOR 2014**
We are delighted to announce that we are now running these events alternately between Bath and Bristol!
We will be running the Bristol events in the City's newest venue for innovation and enterprise - Engine Shed. Located in Temple Meads and home to Bristol SETSquared Centre, Invest in Bristol and Bath, The West of England LEP, Digicity and more, this cutting edge and conveniently located new venue brings Brunel's Grade I listed station building into the forefront of Bristol's thriving business community.
The Bath events take place at the University of Bath Innovation Centre. This venue provides a unique environment that combines work space, business support and inspiration for high-growth companies and the entrepreneurs that create them. Located a stone's throw from Bath Spa railway station, the Innovation Centre provides the ideal space for Low Carbon South West's popular and well attended low carbon networking events.
A presentation by one or more guest speakers is followed by an Q&A session and an opportunity to network with the other attendees over coffee and pastries.
The meetings normally take place on the third or fourth Tuesday of each month, but please note the dates are sometimes moved to avoid school holidays. Please double check on our events calendar for the next event.
You are warmly invited to join us at our next breakfast meeting; we look forward to seeing you there.
Low Carbon Business Breakfast - £14
Half price - for paid LCSW Members - £7
*prices include VAT
Tea, coffee and pastries are provided
Confirmed upcoming dates
Could you be a future speaker?
If you are interested in speaking at a future breakfast, please
to get in touch with the LCSW team to discuss your proposed session. Or if you would like to suggest a topic instead, please let us know and we will make every effort to meet demand.