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Business Sustainability in the Tamar AONB with the Tevi and Tamara Projects
November 6, 2019 @ 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Resource efficiency and environmental growth are vital to the success of individual enterprises as well as communities and regions, such as the Tamar Valley AONB. This is why Tevi, the proposed Tamara Landscape Partnership and the wider Tamar Valley AONB team are hosting this event.
NB: This event is for businesses situated in Cornwall and within or close to the Tamar Valley AONB.
Attendees will have the opportunity to hear more about the Tevi and Tamara Projects, understand the support on offer and, through pre organised sessions, co-create an action plan for improving resource efficiency and environmental growth.
- 11.00 – Registration and networking
- 11.30 – Introduction to the Tamara Project
- 12.00 – Introduction to Tevi
- 12.15 – Case studies from local businesses
- 12.45 – Lunch
- 13.30 – Tevi Grant Fund
- 13.45 – Tevi Challenge Networks
- 14.00 – Wrap up and next steps
From 14.15 there will be a limited number of Tevi eligibility and action plan meetings. If you believe you are eligible for Tevi and would like to book a session please email Amanda Goodwin ([email protected]).
More about Tevi and Tamara:
Tevi is the unique support programme for Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly that builds businesses and enhances the natural environment. The initiative, which runs until 2021, provides small and medium-sized enterprises across the county with expert consultation, opportunities for recognition and certification, and grant funding.
The proposed Tamara Landscape Partnership Project, funded by the National Lottery Heritage programme, aims to provide a brighter future for the Tamar Valley and its communities by making the landscape more robust and less susceptible to a range of pressures, through a programme of 12 individual, interconnected and substantial projects.
Please note that the data you use to register for this event will be shared between the Tevi, Tamara and Tamar Valley AONB programmes.