Net Impact

Thursday, May 20th, 2010

May 24th: Post-Election Who’s Who in the Sustainable UK Economy

Read more Monday at 6.30pm I will be at the BBC’s flagship redevelopment in central London – Broadcasting House. If you are in London, get your tickets now from Net Impact‘s website. Fiona Harvey, Environment Correspondent at the Financial Times; James Cameron, Founder of Climate Change Capital; and Colin Church, Director of...
Monday, April 19th, 2010

Net Impact London’s brand new website

Today, the new website of the Net Impact London chapter is launched. We are all very proud of it and look forward to get in touch with you, with the help of so many new features we have introduced for you....

March 9th: “Getting to Plan B – Low Carbon Entrepreneurs”

Top entrepreneurship author and professor, John Mullins, presents his book Getting to Plan B with two leading low carbon entrepreneurs.  Mark Chadwick of Carbon Clear and Sue Igoe of RecycleBank. More about author here. For more details and sign-up links, please see http://lowcarbonplan.eventbrite.com At the same time, Net Impact will also...
Friday, February 5th, 2010

Retail – Meeting the Sustainability Challenge

This was a great event organised together with PWC. The event was in the form of an interactive panel session chaired by Mark Hudson, UK Retail & Consumer Sector Leader, PwC with expert panel input from: Richard Ellis, Group Head of Corporate Social Responsibility, Alliance Boots Adrian Greet, Global Sustainability...
Friday, February 5th, 2010

What am I working on?

Beginning this year I joined Net Impact London Professional Chapter to help achieving its internet and technology related goals. London Professional is Europe’s leading chapter. The main task is redesigning the current website: london.netimpact.org.uk. We want to create a website that combines and focuses the chapter’s event marketing with developing...
Friday, February 5th, 2010

What is Net Impact?

Net Impact is a network of MBAs, graduate students and professionals committed to using the power of business to improve the world.  With more than 200 student and professional chapters on 4 continents in 75 cities and 120 graduate schools, Net Impact is one of the most innovative and influential...