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What are the key sustainability trends that will impact businesses in 2015? Join this webinar to hear Verdantix leverage its sustainability research to highlight forecasts for the year ahead. View Full Details »
Date: 22 January 2015
Rapid change across the electric power utility sector in North America is fuelling demand for new IT projects. As utilities become more digitalized and evolve their business strategy to keep pace with changes brought on by regulatory requirements, decentralised generation, and grid upgrades, they will need to partner with IT services providers capable of supporting their programmes, while being able to handle IT systems integration at the utility-scale. View Full Details »
Date: 19 February 2015
What are the key energy management trends that will impact corporates and utilities in 2015? Join this webinar to hear Verdantix predictions of what’s in store for the year ahead, leveraging our research into energy technologies, energy management and power utilities. View Full Details »
Recorded: 11 December 2014
This webinar helps firms who are active in, or are looking to enter, the UK energy services market across areas like energy data management through to technical services. It will serve to validate market share estimates and growth plans and provide insights into the key ingredients for success. View Full Details »
Recorded: 20 November 2014
This Verdantix webinar will share insights from the unique global data set from our annual survey of 250 heads of sustainability in 21 industries and 13 countries spanning Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Mexico, Russia, South Africa, the Middle East, UK and the US. View Full Details »
Recorded: 14 November 2014
Over the last 5 years, a combination of new regulations, weather events, resource scarcity and not for profit campaigns have pushed the issue of supply chain risk management onto the corporate agenda. Some firms have responded to these pressures by defining sustainable supply chain goals and implementing responsible sourcing policies. But the bulk of firms are still grappling with the right approach to tackle the problem. View Full Details »
Recorded: 30 October 2014
In this webinar Verdantix will share unique insights from recent research answering questions such as: What does the energy management software supplier landscape look like today? How big is the building energy management software market? What factors are shaping the direction of the energy management software market over the next five years? How should corporates plan to use energy management software in the next five years? View Full Details »
Recorded: 23 October 2014