More partners added to our regional initiative for promoting The Circulars 2018!

A wonderful display of cross-border circular cooperation

We are pleased to announce that our regional project for promoting the world’s best circular economy award programme The Circulars 2018 has expanded further and now covers the whole Central and South Eastern regions of Europe. Circular Change is a regional partner of The Circulars 2018 and we have been working hard to establish a movement that features both public and private organizations, from ministries to start-ups!

After announcing our cooperation with organisation representing Croatia, Austria, Serbia, Kosovo and Hungary, we have now managed to added many more partners to our international network, committed to identifying regional circular champions and sharing their best practices among us. Our new sister-organizations come from Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Switzerland and Spain. They have agreed to help us identify the best and most innovative circular projects in their own countries.

New partners in the regional initiative The Circulars 2018, led by Circular Change:

INCIEN (SVK)

Contact person: Ivana Maleš

males@incien.sk

 

HUB387 (BiH)

Contact person: Edin Saračević

edin@hub387.com

 

Ministry of the Environment of the Czech Republic (CZE)

Contact person: Jan Maršák

jan.marsak@mzp.cz

 

Innaxis (SWI, SPA)

Contact person: Carlos Alvarez Pereira

calvarez@innaxis.org

 

Heror Mediapoint (SRB)

Contact person: Nataša Heror

natasa.heror@gmail.com

 

 

Prishtina REA (KOS)

Contact person: Mr. Ahmet Jetullahu – Meti

prishtinarea@yahoo.com

 

Freewa (CRO)

Contact person: Goran Ladišič

goran.ladisic@gmail.com

 

 

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Circular Change – regional supporter for The Circulars 2018

Our circular economy network of partners is growing fast!

 

The Circulars, an initiative of the World Economic Forum and the Forum of Young Global Leaders, run in collaboration with Accenture Strategy, is the world’s premier circular economy award program. The award offers recognition to individuals and organizations across the globe that are making notable contributions to the circular economy in the private sector, public sector and society. The annual awards are hosted at the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting in Davos.
As a proud supporter of this premier global circular economy award programme in 2017, this year, Circular Change has been invited to in become the competition’s regional partner. Our first goal is still to make sure that outstanding Slovenian circular companies are represented at the award ceremony in Davos, but this year, we also want to encourage inspiring circular initiatives from Central and South-eastern Europe to apply for the award.
Through our international projects, we keep meeting extraordinary people, enthusiastic circular pioneers, who work hard to develop circular thinking in their own countries. After Circular Change became a regional supporter of The Circulars 2018, we have invited some of our “sister-associations” to contribute to the promotion of the awards in the region. We are happy to announce that we have already received confirmations from organizations representing Croatia, Serbia, Austria, Hungary and Kosovo!

The latest list of partners in the regional initiative The Circulars led by Circular Change:

Heror Mediapoint (SRB)

Contact person: Nataša Heror

natasa.heror@gmail.com

 

 

Prishtina REA (KOS)

Contact person: Mr. Ahmet Jetullahu – Meti

prishtinarea@yahoo.com

 

Freewa (CRO)

Contact person: Goran Ladišič

goran.ladisic@gmail.com