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Join Our “Transitioning to Circular Business Models Conference” on 24 Oct 2019 in Brussels

Businesses the world over are recognising the need to change their business models to a more circular one. With customers becoming more aware and eco-conscious, along with the international focus on the production, consumption, and disposal of products throughout the globe, there is a need now more than ever for businesses to transition. Our upcoming conference will discuss the opportunities, challenges, practices and lessons learnt by innovative organisations who have transitioned to circular economy business models.

The Transitioning to Circular Business Models Conference is organised as part of the “R2Pi – Route to Circular Economy“ project, in which 16 partners from 9 countries have contributed to analysing business models and political frameworks and also developed practical tools and methods to accelerate the transition to circularity. In this conference, business representatives, policymakers, sector associations, and other key stakeholders will come together to discuss next steps and possible partnerships in the journey to implement and scale further sustainability and circularity.

 You will also have the opportunity to:

  • Network with business leaders and policymakers from leading organisations
  • Learn about successful circular business models from other industry leaders
  • Test practice-oriented tools to support the innovation of circular business models
  • Collaborate and discuss potential policy recommendations to encourage the transition to a more circular world

This conference is aimed at business and association representatives, policy-makers, and civil society organisations.

Please note, the workshop will be conducted in English, and is free of charge but subject to registration limits.

Date: 24 October 2019

Time: 9:00 to 16:00

Location: Covent Gard, 1210 Saint-Josse-ten-Noode, Brussels

Click here for conference agenda

Click here to register

For further information, please contact Raymond Slaughter.