Maria Anderson from Sustainable Marketing gave a short presentation on Sustainable Marketing's Sustainability Journey So Far....
Sustainability is about value creation. Maria will share insights about their sustainability journey, explain how to turn your team into sustainability ambassadors and how to use green certifications to market your business.
Bruce McLennan from Innotech Control Systems gave a presentation on a the building management systems that can help to get control of your data and save money.
With energy costs being higher on the agenda, we need to explore the reasons why we retrofit controls and the benefits of what modern digital control systems have to offer. Technology can play a part but also understanding and evaluating the customers needs and life cycle costs are equally as important.
Mark Leckenby from Auzion gave a brief presentation on maximising energy savings in your business through measuring.
Auzion’s Energy Maximiser (AuziMax) is a revolutionary cloud-based energy management system that enables the user to monitor and control energy in the business via a secure web portal. Proven to reduce energy consumption by an average of 20%, this unique device can be linked to a solar grid system and allows the user to track where and when energy is being used, set energy budgets and receive automatic SMS and email alerts to notify them at times of excessive consumption. Mark will show some applications of the technology.
James Brockhurst from the Good Guys Capalaba did a short keynote presentation on their sustainability journey from 2004 - 2011 and their current impact on the community.
The word Sustainability is largely misunderstood by many businesses and is often perceived to be difficult, costly and too time consuming. Once fully understood and with the right strategic partnerships the word Sustainability becomes the only way to do business. Be encouraged by a practical case study that highlights the importance of engaging with all stakeholders in your organisation and shows that ultimately you do not have to travel the journey alone.
Julian Gray from Smart Approved WaterMark gave a short presentation on how Smart Approved WaterMark is Australia's label identifying and certifying products and services that save water.
Smart WaterMark is a not for profit organisation that identifies and certifies water efficient products and services. Being efficient in water-use can save a business money and also help reduce energy bills. Julian will present examples of the latest water technologies that can help small to medium enterprises.