ENGIE UK invites you to attend our headline UK Innovation event on June 16 at the prestigious Business Design Centre in London. Here, you’ll have the opportunity to meet with a wide range of key decision makers including but not limited to, IT, Corporate Social Responsibility and Housing Regeneration.
This year’s event is based on ‘The 3Ds’ Decarbonisation, Digitisation and Decentralisation, with a dedicated ‘Pitch Pod’ for each D.
There are three 20 minute slots per decision maker and details of the Pods, decision makers and their specific theme are provided in the links below, followed by the registration details.
Pitches will be provided on a purely first come first served basis so get in quick for your chance to Make Something Happen!
Details for the Digitisation pod and application are here
Details for the Decarbonisation pod and application are here
Details for the Decentralisation pod and application are here
If you just want to attend the event and meet with 50 exhibitors, see the BIG Pitch final and network with ENGIE and our key clients please register to attend here.
Thanks for reading and keep on innovating!
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