JORDISK, a Scottish sustainability consultancy which launched in June, has called for business leaders to join its Scottish Sustainable Business Community.
The group will be a space for shared discussion and learnings on the challenges and opportunities created by sustainable business models.
Collaboration between businesses is essential in tackling sustainability challenges but support or guidance is often in short supply. This new Scottish based community group offers space for collaboration and open dialogue between business leaders looking to share and learn from the experiences of peers and sustainability experts.
The group will be facilitated by sustainability experts who will share their experiences and ideas for how businesses can make progress. The core function of the community is to create the opportunity for open discussion and peer learning within a closed and confidential setting.
Expert speakers will be chosen by the group based on the preferred monthly topics and open spaces and workshops encouraging discussion will be prioritised. There will also be the opportunity create co-owned output that group members feel comfortable sharing for wider publication.
This is a unique opportunity to join a small community of business peers and sustainability experts who share the goal of utilising the power of business for good. It is a group of determined leaders coming together to respond to the sustainability challenges facing Scottish businesses and to support the transition to a greener economy for Scotland.
The group will meet several times a year in a hybrid setting with each session having a focused agenda decided by members of the group.
More information and details of how to join the community can be found on the community webpage.