Said to be the first of its kind in Australia, the event will be held at the Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre and feature two distinct conference streams. The first will cover the sectors of building and construction, waste and recycling, energy and technology, business strategy, transport and logistics, and water management; while the second will focus on C-level executives with specific panel sessions for CIOs, CFOs, CMOs, CEOs, procurement and government executives.
David McCarthy, Exhibition & Conference Manager from Reed Exhibitions Australia, who is staging the event, believes the two-day event has a lot of offer to businesses.
“We know that Australian businesses are wanting unique opportunities and events to share their sustainability efforts or to learn from others who have adapted sustainability into their business and done it well,” McCarthy explains.
“One of the aims of the ASCE Advisory Board is to work closely with some of our leaders within sustainability and ensure our offering provides the best practice ethical, cost-effective and sustainable initiatives possible.”
The exhibition expects to showcase a diverse range of organisations, products and enterprises; for more info visit www.australiansustainability.com.au.Follow @mybusinessau on Twitter for breaking stories throughout the day.
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