Mike Dunn and Graham Mackenzie to attend and speak at Leeds Climate Commission

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Mike Dunn and Graham Mackenzie of Iona Capital, an investor in environmental infrastructure and renewable energy sources will be speaking on 1 May 2018 (16:00 – 19:00) at Leeds Climate Commission’s Project Development and Finance Networking Event at Cloth Hall Court, Quebec Street, Leeds, LS1 2HA. The Commission has been established to help Leeds shape its transition to a resource efficient and climate resilient city. Its members are drawn from 25 of the city’s key public, private and third sector organisations.

Mike and Graham will be speaking in conjunction with other investors, advisers and stakeholders in Leeds. Private equity funders, like Iona, are in a position to help businesses by enabling the development of innovative solutions and ways of thinking to harness the values of the circular economy and drive resource efficiency.


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