About Devon Green Expo
Local businesses are being invited to take part in the Devon Green Expo this autumn.
The event will take place in the Jubilee Hall at Stover School, Newton Abbot, on 20th October.
It’s being organised by Teignbridge-based companies, Devon Matters Publishing and environmental specialists, Sustainable Logic, supported by Devon Chamber of Commerce.
The Expo will be open to business and the public and will feature exhibitions, displays, workshops and talks on green issues.
Organised by Devon Matters Publishing
Devon Matters is just a few years old, but behind it the team has over thirty years of publishing and design experience! Currently we have 9 successful magazines in South Devon, which consist of 3 in Torbay and 6 in Teignbridge. With these, we have a potential readership of upto 100,000! Our success is based upon quality design, competitive pricing and monitored delivery of all 9 magazines. We are always keen to promote local business and we encourage community organisations, sports clubs and charities to be part of our magazines. We want you to be successful and that is why we provide FREE marketing and design advice to all advertisers.
Our editor Chris Robillard has a massive background in publishing. For 15 years he provided publications for Vodafone, Rolls Royce, Volkswagen and Agusta Westland. Chris has passed his knownledge onto the team, with this knownledge alongside the rest of the Devon Matters team, it has given us the experience to collate design, print and distribute the Devon Matters Magazines. He is also the author of ‘From Barry to Bari’ which chronicles the adventures of his father in Italy during the Second World War. Chris can be contacted on phone (07775 612 154), email or visit the Devon Matters Publishing website.
Organised by Sustainable Logic
Sustainable Logic provides business advisory services to help organisations turn good energy, environmental and sustainability performance into competitive advantage. The company was established in Newton Abbot in 2015 as a result of the desire of its owner, Keith Moore, to make his skills and capabilities available to a wider range of businesses beyond his employer of the previous 20 years, the pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca plc. Following a career change in the 1990’s, Keith studied for a Master’s Degree in Environmental Diagnostics from Cranfield University before joining AstraZeneca’s corporate environment team. There, he gained experience in wastewater treatment and environmental management systems before becoming the company’s lead for carbon strategy and environmental aspects of corporate responsibility. His approach to climate change resulted in AstraZeneca being awarded an “A-list” for its 2014 carbon disclosure by CDP, an external investor-lead benchmarking programme. A Chartered Environmentalist, Keith is passionate about protecting and enhancing our natural environment, and especially here in the wonderful county of Devon that has been his home and working base for over twenty years. Keith can be contacted on phone (07584 162 437), email or visit the Sustainable Logic website.
Supported by Devon Chamber of Commerce
Devon Chamber of Commerce is an accredited member of the British Chambers of Commerce network. Representing over 40,000 employees in the county, Devon Chamber connects businesses to enable growth and success in the region. Working in partnership with local authorities, strategic organisations and British Chambers of Commerce, Devon Chamber of Commerce works to improve business conditions in the county. With members from across the business community we think it’s really important for us to understand our members’ needs, so that we are able to offer a route to influence key policy and decision makers. We’re passionate about making Devon a great place to do business and use our local, regional and national relationships with government and institutions to lobby for changes in policy to improve conditions for our members. Find out more about our current lobbying here, or get in touch with us to share your views. Tell us what’s important to you by joining our discussion on LinkedIn.