Brisbane Business Hub: Building Business Resilience with Sustainability

  • April 18, 2022
May 25, 2022 @ 2:00 pm – 2:00 pm Australia/Sydney Timezone
Brisbane Business Hub:  Building Business Resilience with Sustainability

Dear Oxbridge Partners and Affiliates,

Join us to learn how to build business resilience by adopting sustainable practices across your business.

Building resilience in business operations by adopting sustainable practices and focusing on processes that help reduce energy, water and waste costs can help businesses overcome day-to-day operational challenges.

Sustainable practices have become a priority for many businesses looking to reduce production waste, save on utility expenditure, and leverage a high-quality reputation. It follows a shift in consumer preferences who demand reputable products from companies that actively work to limit their environmental footprint.

Accelerating the adoption of businesses using sustainable practices to develop and enhance products and services is an identified priority for CCIQ’s policy and advocacy agenda and is central to the transformation of Queensland’s economy.

Join CCIQ’s masterclass to learn about:

  • Business resilience and how sustainability can help you
  • Pressures and opportunities for sustainable businesses plus sustainability trends
  • What support is available for small and medium businesses, and what you can do today to thrive in this ever changing and challenging environment.


About Andrew Chamberlin, ecoBiz Coach

Andrew is an experienced ecoBiz Sustainability Coach who works throughout Queensland, with tertiary qualifications in Urban and Regional Planning, and Environmental Science. As an accomplished project manager and collaborator, Andrew holds 25 years of experience in delivering programs and projects in sustainability, planning, renewable energy, water, and urban regeneration.

Andrew can provide an in-depth analysis of business operations with respect to waste, water and energy efficiency to local SMEs, taking into consideration region specific challenges SMEs face.

Andrew has a Bachelor of Science in Australian Environmental Studies, a Masters in Urban and Regional Planning and is a Certified Measurement and Verification Professional (CMVP).

Andrew is an executive member of the Environmental Institute of Australia and New Zealand Climate Change Special Interest Section (CCSIS) and is also affiliated with the Planning Institute of Australia (PIA).

Andrew is the Limebranch Founder and Director, a consulting company focusing on sustainable business solutions.

About CCIQ and ecoBiz program

CCIQ values the importance of sustainability for the organisation and the influence we have to drive a sustainable focus in small-medium businesses Queensland-wide.

CCIQ’s free ecoBiz program helps small and medium businesses develop an action plan to increase sustainability. ecoBiz experts support businesses to audit their resource use and reduce costs from waste, water and energy bills.

With more than 1000 businesses registered from all over Queensland, from small cafes and offices to large manufacturing and processing facilities, 90% of businesses recorded increased productivity and savings. Read their stories on the ecoBiz website.

Location: Brisbane Business Hub: Level 2/155 Queen St, Brisbane City QLD 4000

Cost: Free


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