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The Thames Estuary Growth Board is inviting businesses in the region who can demonstrate good, green growth to become an Estuary Visionary.

The initiative is to highlight what successful Visionaries are doing and inspire others and help deliver the greenest Estuary in the world.

Inaugural Visionaries include North Kent based businesses including Elvis and Kresse and Ward Security.

With sustainability playing a key role in the Thames Estuary’s ‘Green Blue’ plan, businesses that put good, green growth at the heart of their operations, policies and values are being asked to nominate themselves for the exclusive ‘Estuary Visionary’ accreditation. The Thames Estuary Growth Board aims to rally those who already practice sustainable growth and celebrate their efforts by sharing ideas with other businesses across east London, north Kent and south Essex, who want to grow sustainably. Estuary Visionaries will be championed on the Thames Estuary website, at events where they can share good green practice with likeminded businesses, and as ambassadors integral to marketing the Estuary domestically and internationally. Moreover, they will work with Government-backed Estuary Envoy, Kate Willard, to deliver her ambition of creating the greatest, greenest Estuary in the world.

Commenting on the campaign, Thames Estuary Envoy, Kate Willard said: “In the Thames Estuary, we are proud to be the home of such dynamic, innovative and resourceful businesses, of different sizes and sectors, that are pushing the boundaries by demonstrating an unwavering dedication to good, green growth. We are looking for more businesses like these in the region to become Estuary Visionaries so that we can share ideas, inspire learning, future-proof our environment and stand as an example to the rest of the UK of how to deliver stronger, greener growth.”

If you think you are one of those businesses and want to apply to become an Estuary Visionary, follow this link to the Estuary Visionaries sign-up form.