Free event to help business owners get started with Net Zero

Net Zero – or getting to a point where your business is essentially carbon neutral – is a phenomenally important goal. But for a small business, where do you start?

If this is something you’re interested in, this free event is likely to be something you should have in your diary next week!

This event is organised by Small99, a website that gives practical advice to business owners to accelerate their transition to net zero. They allow business owners to save carbon and cash through easy to follow guides.
The event is online on the 13th of April, from 10am to 11.30am. Free tickets can be found here.
In the webinar, Small99 will talk small business owners through the practical info they need to get started. Everyone is talking bout carbon reduction and environmental challenges, but there is little guidance out there for small business owners. 


99% of the UK economy is a small business with less than 49 employees. Over 5 million (96%) of these have less than 9. These small businesses are the backbone of the economy, but no one out there is helping them get started. 
Much of the current guidance is jargon heavy and written by public sector organisations. Business owners have limited time and resources to understand it all and wade through long, heavy PDFs to learn what they need to do. 
At this webinar, Small99 will be cutting through the noise to give business owners some simple steps to get started on their journey to running a more sustainable, net-zero friendly company.

Sarah Smith
Sarah Smith
Sarah is a freelance copywriter, blogger and creative writer. As well as writing here, Sarah creates short stories and poetry in her free time. Sarah's passion for freelancing began when she was made redundant and was "forced" into freelance. She considers this the happiest accident in her life.