A new area has been added to the Sustainable Supply Chain Exhibition in 2024, which will highlight innovation from start-ups and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in improving sustainability within the supply chain.
In the centre of Hall 7 at the NEC, Birmingham, a new ‘Start-up Hub’ will give new and smaller businesses the opportunity to showcase the revolutionary solutions and services that will help businesses in their efforts to meet sustainability goals.
This pioneering initiative focuses on pivotal sectors like technology, finance, logistics, last-mile transport and packaging – all crucial components of the supply chain ecosystem. Smaller businesses doing big things will have the chance to share the floor with major players in the supply chain and share their work with over 8,000 visitors.
As well as developments in sustainable delivery and materials, the ‘Start-up Hub’ will shine a light on new systems to improve traceability.
Measuring and reporting scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions has increasingly become a priority for businesses, and will continue to be a priority for the foreseeable future. Therefore, the chance for visitors to find out how the work of lesser-known companies could improve these processes will be invaluable.
In May, Logistics Manager announced that the Sustainable Supply Chain Exhibition would be joining IntraLogisteX and Robotics and Automation in Halls 6 and 7 of the NEC, Birmingham on 19-20 March 2024. To find out more about the exhibition and register to attend, check out the website!
The unveiling of this revolutionary start-up hub at the Sustainable Supply Chain Exhibition marks a significant milestone in championing sustainability within SMEs.
Aiming to provide a dedicated space for SMEs at the forefront of sustainable practices, fostering collaboration and innovation, the hub will serve as an incubator for the next generation of trailblazing solutions, encouraging the development of environmentally-conscious technologies and business models.
By showcasing and supporting these enterprises, the Sustainable Supply Chain Exhibition’s new ‘Start-up Hub’ is designed to catalyse positive change and propel the supply chain industry toward a more sustainable and resilient future.
If your company is a start-up or SME providing sustainability solutions for supply chains, get in touch with Heidi Mansour on email@example.com or 020 8037 1776 to find out more.