Business Finance for Net Zero Webinar provides crucial green finance insights

Date posted: November 17, 2022

Last week, MidlandsEngine and British Business Bank held a webinar on Business Finance for Net Zero, aimed at supporting SMEs and SME intermediaries in accessing Green Finance.

The webinar saw brilliant insights on navigating the world of net zero funding from speakers including:

  • Adrian Innes, Chief Revenue Officer, FinPoint
  • Dan Carins, Productivity Lead, Black Country Consortium
  • Mike Conroy, Commercial Finance Director, UK Finance
  • Nat Macaulay, CEO, JCM Fine Joinery

The session was chaired by Anna Bright, CEO at Sustainability West Midlands. Event themes included overcoming barriers such as the cost-of-living and energy crisis to reach a long term goals of future regional prosperity and sustainability.

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