As market pressure mounts on business leaders to take more responsible and sustainable positions, it is hard to build a suitable plan that won’t break the bank or the company. There are tools and experience available to help small businesses, and this Masterclass will walk you through a selection of these.
Before the Masterclass, if you wish to prepare a first version of your business carbon footprint, we recommend visiting:
From that baseline we can begin to explore possible actions and prioritise these as the basis of a carbon reduction plan. The format of that plan will vary by sector and we will discuss these options in the Masterclass.
Expert 1:1 support is available post-workshop to help you to firm up your plans for Net Zero action.
The workshop will be led by Phil Curtis, a specialist in transforming businesses towards a high performance culture with a sustainable future. He has a toolkit built through 30 years leadership in global companies, small and large, across multiple sectors. His approach will help you to simplify your thinking, prioritise, and deliver meaningful changes that contribute to the global net zero transformation.
Minimal Financial Assistance (MFA) scheme
The Growth Hub programme operates a Minimal Financial Assistance (MFA) scheme. All SMEs which receive support under this programme are being aided under the UK Subsidy Control Act (2022) and The Subsidy Control (Gross Cash Amount and Gross Cash Equivalent) Regulations (2022 No. 1186).
MFA allows a beneficiary to receive up to £315,000 of Subsidy over a three-fiscal year period (i.e. the current and previous two fiscal years). The value of MFA given is the gross cash amount or the gross cash equivalent of the subsidy. The MFA value of this webinar is £732.40.