Are you heading to Housing Expo 2022? This year Spindogs director David Morgan is delighted to be speaking on the Connected Futures Stage 9.30 – 10.15 on June 30th.
David will be sharing his thoughts on:
Sustainability and the digital dilemma: how to put sustainability central to the next evolution of your digital solutions
Digital innovation is evolving to meet the demand for greater sustainability in every aspect of modern life. In turn, this creates an opportunity for housing associations to be front footed and make some immediate changes as demand will be quickly increasing around the expectations placed upon housing associations and providers. There will be a look at the drive to Net Zero and how efforts towards sustainability and indeed the drive towards Net Zero can be embraced within your digital strategy.
What specifically can housing associations do to scale up their approach to engagement to react to the environmental concerns of their tenants?
Are you making business decisions whilst accounting for their positive or negative impact on your digital carbon footprint? How does your digital estate create a carbon footprint? What aspects of your digital footprint are ripe for improvement?
And what sort of impact could you start to measure?
We’ll go on to discuss what the expectation is around Net Zero, and where housing associations fit into this. We’ll be outlining the timings and expectations and looking more closely at those already blazing the trail.
You can specifically expect to learn:
- How your digital solutions produce a carbon footprint
- How you can audit your digital estate
- Where the ‘quick wins’ are to be found – along with more longer term ones
- What you should be measuring and how to report these measurements back to your stakeholders
The team at Spindogs will also be on Stand TE44 throughout the show and keen to answer any further questions.
To book a pre-show briefing or an in person meeting at the event contact James Wilkins jwilkins(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)spindogs.com