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Delivering eco design business support to SMEs on a transnational scale: benefits and learning outcomes

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Delivering eco design business support to SMEs on a transnational scale : benefits and learning outcomes. / Lambert, Christopher; Rennie, Allan; Baker, Nicholas et al.

2007. Abstract from IEMA Environmental Knowledge Exchange 2007, Manchester , United Kingdom.

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Harvard

Lambert, C, Rennie, A, Baker, N & Hjelm, O 2007, 'Delivering eco design business support to SMEs on a transnational scale: benefits and learning outcomes', IEMA Environmental Knowledge Exchange 2007, Manchester , United Kingdom, 7/11/07.

APA

Lambert, C., Rennie, A., Baker, N., & Hjelm, O. (2007). Delivering eco design business support to SMEs on a transnational scale: benefits and learning outcomes. Abstract from IEMA Environmental Knowledge Exchange 2007, Manchester , United Kingdom.

Vancouver

Lambert C, Rennie A, Baker N, Hjelm O. Delivering eco design business support to SMEs on a transnational scale: benefits and learning outcomes. 2007. Abstract from IEMA Environmental Knowledge Exchange 2007, Manchester , United Kingdom.

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Lambert, Christopher ; Rennie, Allan ; Baker, Nicholas et al. / Delivering eco design business support to SMEs on a transnational scale : benefits and learning outcomes. Abstract from IEMA Environmental Knowledge Exchange 2007, Manchester , United Kingdom.

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abstract = "The advantages of engendering eco-design principles within the design stages of manufacturing operations have resulted in a greater level of efficiency for many large organisations. However, due to the operational priorities and day-to-day commitments of Small to Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) within the manufacturing sector, many smaller firms have been unable to reap the benefits of integrating such approaches. The SIMPLE Project (Successful Implementation of Eco-design Methodologies into SMEs) delivered a business support solution that enabled SMEs to adopt new approaches that provided them with significant benefits, whilst being sympathetic to the needs and demands of smaller companies. ",
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