The Net Zero clock is ticking: companies and organisations are facing increasing obligations to reduce their direct and indirect contributions to climate change. Adopting and adapting to circular business models is a critical part of the solution but how can we make it practical, simple and a more profitable way of doing business?
It’s a fundamental shift from competition to cooperation, from supply ‘chains’ to value-creating networks.
The Circular Revolution Showcase in Cardiff on the 20th of June is the culmination of two and half years’ collaboration between Riversimple, Swansea University and the University of Exeter, tackling the challenges from a number of angles – commercial, relational, legal, technical.
- Meet some of the companies that are embracing the changes
- See what it takes to embed a business in a circular ecosystem
- Take a spin in a Riversimple Rasa, a hyper-efficient hydrogen car designed from the outset on circular principles.
Circular Revolution is partly funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) through the Welsh European Funding Office (WEFO).
For those interested in attending, please e-mail email@example.com