UCL Institute for Global Prosperity


Fast Forward 2030's first event: How can we make our cities sustainable and inclusive?

11 October 2017, 7:00 pm–9:00 pm


Fast Forward 2030 is a network and collaborative platform of entrepreneurs using their business models to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals. Their first event takes place on October 11th

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Fast Forward 2030 (Launched by the IGP)


Second Home 68 Hanbury Street, London E1 5JL

Join us for the launch of Fast Forward 2030, a new organisation established to stimulate the role of small enterprises and entrepreneurs in the delivery of sustainable development.

Every quarter, we are hosting an event to explore one of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals for 2030, which will be led by a Sage and feature ground-breaking models from three Disruptors.

For our launch event we ask ‘How Can We Make Our Future Cities Sustainable?’ with Sage Peter Buchanan and Disruptors Liane Hartley (Mend), Alastair Parvin (WikiHouse) and Finn Williams (Public Practice). 

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Kicking off at 7pm on Wednesday 11 October, the event will be hosted by our partner Second Home. After the discussion, there will be a drinks reception to discuss the issues raised and to meet other entrepreneurs.

We look forward to welcoming you to the Fast Forward 2030 network!

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