From fascinating talks and demonstrations, to a Learning Hub and chainsaw championship, SAGE 2023 is set to be an unmissable event.
Held at Three Counties Showground, Malvern on the 19th and 20th of July 2023, SAGE will feature live outdoor demos of the latest machinery, leading industry exhibitors, expert-led summits, live music, entertainment, food vendors, and a bar.
And now the agenda has been announced, meaning that visitors can plan their perfect day at SAGE. On both days, a schedule of fascinating talks and demonstrations have been planned.
At 10am, three leading experts will be sharing their thoughts on the future of chemicals in grounds maintenance, exploring the pros and cons of a zero-chemical future and its viability.
Mark Tomlinson, Head of Environmental & Sustainability Stadia Projects at Bio-Circle Surface Technology Ltd will be talking about the importance of washdown systems at 11am.
At midday visitors can meet with the experts who have come together to provide support, assistance and expertise on how your business can get started and progress or progress further on its sustainable pathway.
At 1.30pm, market-leaders will be sharing their thoughts on electric machinery – whether it’s the future and what other options are viable and available.
Over at the Green Business Expo, at 10am, Alex Pearson from Midlands Net Zero Hub and Dominic Lavelle, Managing Director at Go Green Experts will be discussing whether going green is viable for a business, delving into the details of equipping a business with strategy and practical knowhow on moving forwards.
Join an expert-led panel at 11am which will be talking about creating a successful tender bid, after which Fusion for Business will be discussing managing rising energy costs.
Also at the Green Business Expo, at 2pm, meet a panel of innovators who will be talking about how pioneering methods can challenge the norm by tackling market leaders and traditional methods.
In the Learning Hub, join experts for live workshops, talks and interactive knowledge sharing and competitions, as they delve into the challenges land-based colleges face. On Wednesday there will be a live panel talk with industry bodies and well know course assessors taking the lead, and on Thursday an open workshop.
More details will be released soon, with even more reasons to come to SAGE to be revealed. For more information on attending SAGE 2023, visit https://sportsandgrounds.events/
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