Speakers at the last breakfast I attended were brilliant, thanks very much.
Harriet Bartley, Work This Way, Arundel
Sustainable Travel: Event Partners & Exhibitors
Tuesday 13th June, 16:30 to 19:00, Martlets Hall, Burgess Hill – Free to attend
In partnership with Mid Sussex District Council, Burgess Hill Business Parks Association and Haywards Heath & District Business Association
This event is kindly supported by Mid Sussex District Council to help local businesses explore the potential benefits of sustainable travel. Along with our keynote speaker Rachel Ryan-Crisp, Burgess Hill Growth Area Programme Manager, members of the council’s Economic Development and Sustainability teams will be available with more information about other support on offer to business: www.midsussex.gov.uk/business
Burgess Hill Business Parks Association
BHBPA is a non profit-making membership based association which supports and promotes the business community of Burgess Hill and surrounding districts. BHBPA has over 170 members and is run by a steering group of key business leaders, public sector representatives and sponsoring organisations. It holds regular Members Meetings and organises the annual Business Hill Means Business exhibition. Find out more at: www.bhbpa.co.uk
HHDBA represents the vibrant business and social community in and around the Haywards Heath area. The association has nearly 200 members from a complete range of sectors, reflective of the district’s semi-rural location and proximity to Gatwick Airport. Members include both large employers and SMEs, who regularly meet at the association’s monthly Networking Drinks and Business Development Group. Further information and details on membership can be found at: www.hhdba.com
The Sustainable Business Network links like-minded, environmentally committed businesses to share ideas and build working relationships. The Network runs an exciting programme of learning and networking events, seminars and case study visits for businesses of all sectors and sizes. Find out more.
Often neatly mounted on the lower frame, the battery on an electric bike will typically provide between 25 and 85 miles of assisted cycling, depending on power setting, weight of cyclist, gradient and tyre pressure. At full power, the motor will double your effort, enabling you to go twice as far using the same amount of energy as on a conventional bike or up hill with half as much legwork! So long sweaty commuting!
E-bike experts Cycleshack, based in Lewes and East Grinstead, will have a couple
of models on show for you to see / sit on / test ride! www.lewescycleshack.co.uk
The Nissan LEAF was arguably the first 100% electric car to break into the mainstream market. Over 15,000 have now been sold in the UK. When fitted with a 30 kWh rechargeable lithium-ion battery, the car will achieve up to 155 miles. Based in Wivlesfield Green, Bernard & Brough are the UK’s longest serving Nissan dealer. Sales Manager Darren Forder will be on hand to answer all your questions on electric motoring. Visit the Barnard & Brough website at: www.barnardandbrough.co.uk
More exhibitors to follow…