Improving Your Bottom Line
Through ecoBiz - Friday 20 June
ecoBiz can help your business to achieve cost savings and take advantage of improved environmental performance though water, energy and material resource savings. Rebates are available for innovative and industry best practice projects.
The Department of Tourism, Regional Development and Industry in partnership with the Sunshine Coast Regional Council and the Environmental Protection Agency are holding a breakfast seminar to highlight the logistics and advantages of implementing the ecoBiz program in your business.
Don Parry of Queensland Complete Printing is a passionate advocate of the ecoBiz program and will speak about how it has benefited his business and its bottom line.
Bob Cameron, the CEO of Rockcote, will outline how his business has improved its bottom line by adopting environmentally friendly manufacturing processes.
Improving Your Bottom Line Through ecoBiz:
Date: Friday 20 June 2008
Times: 6.45am to 9.00am
Venue: Mooloolaba Surf Club, The Esplanade Mooloolaba Qld 4557
Cost: $10 cooked buffet breakfast provided
Enquiries: Devlyn Denais - telephone 07 5453 1800
RSVP: by 12 June via telephone 07 5453 1800 or
All companies have to squeeze the last drop of profit from their business. Minimising water and power usage and decreasing waste are just a couple of areas where you can start. At this breakfast seminar you will hear from two local businesses and how they have overhauled their 'Green Practices' and how it has benefited their Bottom Line.
Friday 20 June 2008, 6.45am - 9.00am, Mooloolaba Surf Club. Places are limited so book now!
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