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Sustainability expert offers free advice for SMEs in Tameside

Owners of small and medium sized businesses in Tameside can get free support to become more sustainable.  

Hannah Drake is the CEO of Enerlytic, an organisation that allows businesses to easily track their energy consumption and expenditure. She’s joining the team at the Tameside Business Resilience Clinic.  

By accessing the free clinic and Hannah’s help, businesses can learn how to cut their carbon footprint, set up sustainability groups and monitor their energy and gas consumption.  

Hannah added: “I’m delighted to join the Business Resilience Clinic and I’m looking forward to advising Tameside businesses how they can be as sustainable as possible. 

“I have a passion for a greener planet and I love to help businesses identify areas where they can reduce emissions.” 

Tameside’s Business Resilience Clinic can also be accessed for other advice and support. Small or medium size business owners are invited to submit queries online at https://www.tameside.gov.uk/tamesidebusinessresilienceclinic  or contact employmentandskills@tameside.gov.uk for more information.  

Cllr Oliver Ryan, Tameside Council executive member for Finance and Economic Growth, said: “It’s fantastic to see Hannah has joined our Business Resilience Clinic and I can only thank her for her support along with other business owners and specialists giving up their time to help Tameside SMEs."

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