ExIST explores business opportunities and climate change at first event of 2017

ExIST to explore business opportunities and climate change

ExIST explores business opportunities and climate change at first event of 2017

By Jennifer Nimmo

08 February 2017

On the 9th March, Exeter Initiative for Science and Technology (ExIST) will be looking into climate change and the opportunities that lie within this for businesses. The event will be held at the new collaboration suite, which is part of the new Met Office Supercomputer building, finished in 2016.

Speakers for the first event of 2017 will include Vicky Pope from the Met Office, Glenn Woodcock of Exeter City Futures and Laurence Oakes-Ash from City Science.

For more information on this event including booking details, please visit www.exeterchamber.co.uk.

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