Inside the July/August edition of Business Cornwall magazine, we focus on Cornwall’s growing renewable energy and environment sectors.
We hear how despite the cuts in the Government’s Feed-in-Tariff, the demand for solar power is undiminished, and how Cornwall is taking full advantage of its natural resources to lead the way in sustainable energy.
Accountancy firm Francis Clark takes a look at the business case for investing in renewable energy, while we also learn more about the Environment and Sustainability Institute’s recently launched Business Network.
In our popular ‘Incoming’ vox pop section, local business leaders give their views and opinions on getting the work/life balance right, and hit back at suggestions that Cornish businesses lack ambition. We also ask how important Newquay Airport is to the Duchy’s economy and future prospects.
We hear how business support service Outset Cornwall recently helped three new businesses at the Royal Cornwall Show, while Mark Smith and Allyson Glover from Unlocking Potential talk about the reasons behind their new brand identity.
There’s the Billington Bulletin from regular columnist Jess Billington, our pictorial round-up from the latest networking events around Cornwall, while this month The Last Word goes to John Harvey from logistics company 3B International.
The July/Aug issue of Business Cornwall magazine will be dropping through subscribers’ letterboxes over the following week, while the iPad edition is available now.