At the beginning of 2019, Digital Detox set out some goals for the year ahead. One of them was to dip our toes in the environmental and sustainability sector. Now, coming up to the midpoint of 2019, we’re well underway, with a conservation project on the go and high flying plans for the remainder of 2019.
Another important part of our green push is taking part in the community and joining forces with like-minded organisations. For that reason, we are excited and proud to announce that we have joined The Future Economy Network.
The Future Economy Network deliver events and communications around sustainability to its members, as well as giving them the knowledge and contacts to advance their progress towards carbon neutrality.
The Future Economy Network opened a new sustainability hub in Bristol last year, which has showcased events at the space, and provided work spaces for the environmentally conscious enterprises.
Digital Detox MD Liam Snelling comments:
The Future Economy Network is doing great things in the sustainability and environmental sectors. They have partnered with a huge range of organisations who share a common goal — to help secure a better and more sustainable future for the world. Once we met the people who ran the network, it was an easy decision to join and be part of a community with like-minded people and organisations.
If you’re interested in hearing more about how we’re working with sustainable projects, follow us here on Medium. Read more about our first project here.