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Gateway to London launches EnviroNet Business Club

Gateway to London, inward investment agency for Government regeneration agency, London Thames Gateway, has launched a new networking site called EnviroNet business club to give companies networking and supply chain opportunities.

The new website aims to bring together companies such as waste management firms, investors, inventors, academics, policy-makers, consultancies, and professional services firms to access business opportunities.

Gateway to London aims to encourage companies to move to the Thames Gateway area, an area which stretches east from inner East London on both sides of the River Thames and the
Thames Estuary. It also aims to encourage public and private sector organisations to invest in the area.

Independent sector analyst Peter Jones said: Time is short to achieve the environmental industrial revolution we need in the next two decades. There is a tremendous opportunity for the UK to position its expertise to supply the resultant global market but that will only be achieved through information, collaboration, and effective policy implementation between community, business and legislators.

The London Thames Gateway EnviroNet initiative is truly deserving of support. It is an excellent example of this process in action and it will undoubtedly deliver in the form of accelerated implementation, innovation and community buy-in over the coming years.

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