Reset Connect 2022 takes place at London's ExCel

Sustainability event Reset Connect announces exciting speaker line-up 

The innovative sustainability event Reset Connect has announced its exciting speaker-line up for 2022, consisting of 12 representatives from green business and investment. 

Taking place on 28th-29th June at London’s ExCel venue, Reset Connect aims to bridge the gap between investors and sustainability start-ups. 

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Duncan Reid, co-founder and CEO of Reset Connect said : “I am incredibly excited about the momentum happening in this space. We’ve heard a lot about what needs to happen and continue to see the launch of new, exciting start-up businesses with the vision to make real and impactful change – yet these same businesses are often lacking in funding. 

“Reset Connect provides the opportunity for the business and finance community to get into action, support innovators and entrepreneurs, andmakechange happen – and knowing the value our 120-strong speaker line up will deliver, this really will be an event not to miss. Watch this space.” 

The show will feature 100+ confirmed exhibitors, 120 speakers, and a combination of workshops, keynote talks, and panel discussions across five stages. 

Highlights for start-ups and entrepreneurs include: 

  • A dedicated SeedLegals Investor Session hosted at the Innovation Hub 
  • A panel discussion on “Developing a circular economy through public-private partnership” featuring David Greenfield, Director of the Circular Economy Club 
  • A panel discussion on “How do you make B Corp certification more achievable?” featuring James Ghaffari, Director of Growth & Product for B Corp UK 
  • A panel discussion on “Future Investment Strategy for Green SME Businesses and Start-ups”, featuring Toni Coulson, Head of Forward Flow Lending of Starling Bank. 

 The event takes place during London Climate Action Week (25th June to July 3rd), and will be the first in-person version of the show, following the success of its virtual launch in 2021. 

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Tickets range from free entry for visitors, up to £800 for all access tickets, with prices currently discounted.  

Click here for the full conference programme: 

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