CRN's Sustainability in Tech Awards are open for entry

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CRN's Sustainability in Tech Awards are open for entry

Whether you are a sustainability success story already, or you are right at the beginning of your journey, CRN is encouraging channel firms to enter the new-look Sustainability in Tech Awards

Not ‘another' awards ceremony, many people will cry.

But the new-look CRN Sustainability in Tech Awards are not going to follow the traditional sit-down meal, black tie format.

Instead, they being held as part of a wider Sustainability in Tech Summit on Thursday, 8 February 2024.

The event is being held at BAFTA, 195 Piccadilly in London, a venue that has also worked hard to ensure its sustainability credentials allow for carbon neutral events and a positive impact on the environment.

During the day, attendees will be given practical advice and guidance, and will hear from the experts on how to start reducing their carbon emissions and what requirements/legislation is coming down the line. Other channel companies will also share their stories and experiences on how their decarbonisation journeys are going. Find out more here

CRN will also be unveiling an exciting new environmental initiative on the day that is being shaped and formulated with the help and guidance of its advisory board experts.

The day will finish with the awards presentations.

There are 12 awards categories to choose from including a ‘Green Shoots' Award for those just starting out on their sustainability journey, and also ‘Best Value Chain Initiative', aimed at channel firms that are tackling Scope 3 emissions head on across their entire supply chain. A big challenge indeed.

It is free to enter the awards, and deadline for entries is Friday, 5 January 2024. Please click here for the full list of categories and criteria.

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