IoT SME Hark are hosting a corporate sustainability summit as part of this year’s Leeds Digital Festival.

In the midst of a climate crisis, individual consumer choices don’t provide planet-saving impacts, it’s up to businesses to make substantial improvements to their business model. Hark’s event aims to arm attendees with a new arsenal of sustainable behaviour to bring to their business.

This event will cover the climate challenges businesses are facing, the critical need for effective ecology programs, advice on how to deliver green company values and finally how technology is becoming the driving force behind sustainability.

From the power of data to the new age of green tech, the event speakers will deliver talks on the most cutting-edge sustainable business activity to help businesses become greener.

The expert speakers include:

• Jordan Appleson, CEO of Hark
Talk Title: Asset connectivity and energy monitoring to power change.

• Revannth N Murugesan, CEO of Antonym
Talk Title: Accelerating the switch to Planet-friendly manufacturing.

• Alastair Morris, CCO of Powerstar
Talk Title: The growing importance of Power Resilience in a Net-Zero world.

• Christian Arno, CEO of Pawprint
Talk Title: People for planet: How to engage employees with sustainability

• Toby McCartney, CEO of MacRebur
Talk Title: What if plastic made roads?

“Our event aims to drive conversation around corporate sustainability but also provide insight and tools on how to embed sustainability into your operations. We have a great panel of specialists who are helping to drive corporate sustainability in innovative ways across various sectors.” – Jordan Appleson, CEO of Hark

The event will be taking place on Thursday, 23rd September between 1pm-4pm at Avenue HQ Leeds. The event is free to attend and tickets are available on Eventbrite.