What if we could build a smarter approach to resource management, using resources more productively and transforming the waste we produce into new products and services, in a circular way that is fit for long-term wealth creation in the 21st century?
Drawing on the experience of delivering the Ready for Work programme, Business in the Community is working across the UK on projects that support people facing disadvantage to enter good quality employment.
Interim findings at the end of Year Two from our report into the culture change generated by Business Connectors on secondment into their communities with BITC.
By investing in renewable energy the Lanchester Group has become a carbon minus company and made itself an appealing choice for consumers concerned about environmental impact.
Business leaders from advanced manufacturing SMEs met with buyers to discuss how they could grow their businesses and create more jobs at an Access the Buyer event in Teesside.