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Insider Business Club: The sustainable office

How can accountants make better use of assets to drive down costs and reduce their carbon footprint?

Energy costs for UK businesses have increased by 50% over the last 12 months
– and further rises are expected.

With property and facilities management accounting for up to 25% of a typical
company’s cost base, it’s a growing headache for finance directors. And with 40%
of UK CO2 emissions coming from buildings, companies are looking to make better
use of their office assets to drive down costs and reduce their carbon
footprint.

In this archived seminar our experts discuss how businesses can successfully
save money and become more sustainable – and warn that change can destroy rather
than create value if the impact on staff is ignored.

Click
here to listen

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