The Eco Technology Show, the London and South East event for trade, building owners, occupiers, and the general public covering sustainable build, energy, transport and technology, returns this June. This year’s bigger and better event will bring the key ideas for increasing the efficiency of your premises under one roof, at the newly-refurbished Brighton Centre, right on the popular seafront.
The two day show running from 14 – 15 June 2013, at the Brighton Centre will feature over 100 exhibitors. With three clearly laid-out exploration zones, it will be easy to plan your visit and navigate your way round the Show to find out about new technologies and ideas that are ready for you to take advantage of now. These include: Eco Build, Design, Renewable Energy, Office, and Home, Transport, Education, Technology and Innovation zones.
Nicola Gunstone, commercial director at The Eco Technology Show comments:
“Building and facilities managers are constantly seeking to improve environmental performance and meet sustainability goals within all types and sizes of organisations.
“The Eco Technology Show focuses on what is available here and now, offering building and facilities managers realistic solutions to drive down costs through increased energy efficiency, effective waste management and lots more.”
Entry is £5 after which workshops and seminars are free to attend. Readers of Facilities Management Journal who register in advance online can take advantage of a special free ticket offer. Simply visit www.ecotechnologyshow.co.uk and follow the registration links for people with special promotional codes quoting FacilitiesManagementJournal53. This is valid for trade customers only.
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