Join The Big Sustainability Expo at St Mary's

By SFC Media time Tue 12 Oct Environmental Responsibility

St Mary’s is set to host the 5th anniversary edition of The Big Sustainability Expo on Thursday 28th October – find out how you and your business can become more sustainable, with tickets now available.

The Expo welcomes delegates from across the UK who will head to the south coast to find out about corporate sustainability from industry-leading experts, suppliers of products, technologies and services, thought leaders, innovators, investors, publications and associations.

There will also be access to leading experts in the Learn Zone, a pre-show networking breakfast and over 80 exhibitors, including a wide range of sustainable suppliers. You can find full details of the talks and activities taking place here.

This will be the first Expo to be hosted at Southampton’s St Mary’s stadium, with an expanded format featuring a keynote speaker theatre, workshop programmes and an Electric Vehicle experience.

In the evening, St Mary’s will also host a celebration of some of the biggest and best sustainability projects with The Big Sustainability Awards 2021 – with the club nominated in the Carbon Reduction Project of the Year award.

Secure your place at The Big Sustainability Expo and book your tickets today:

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You can find out more about how Southampton Football Club is making changes to become more sustainable by reading the club’s sustainability strategy, The Halo Effect.

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