Date: 5th May 2020

Have you already started with your Sustainability Ratings, or need help and advice as you are progressing through? Or are you just beginning and simply do not know where to start?

All hands are on deck and preparations are underway for our Awards ceremony at the end of the year. Your rating results matter!

Our CEO, Heidi Spurrell, will be taking you through the process of your Sustainability Ratings from start to finish, providing tips and steps on how to help you get a good score.

In this webinar, we will be going through the following:

  • A walk through of the Food Made Good HK Ratings platform and ratings process
  • The Food Made Good HK Ratings Handbook
  • Where to find your ratings resources
  • Where you can provide feedback and find support
  • Hear from a member first hand on their experience in doing the HK Ratings

DATE 5th May 2020

TIME 9:00-10:00am

LOCATION Webinar

TICKETS
Members: FREE (Members only)

We encourage you to join this webinar to understand how to complete your Ratings and to also get your questions answered live.

*The webinar link will be sent to you two days prior to the event

This Webinar will be recorded.

Disclaimer

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