The best of The Circulars 2017 in the newly-published yearbook

Check out the best of The Circulars 2017 in the newly-published yearbook!

The Circulars 2017

William McDonough, Chief Executive of McDonough Innovation, receives The Fortune Award for Circular Economy Leadership from Adam Lashinsky, Executive Editor for Fortune Magazine.

In case your are unfamiliar with The Circulars, they are awards given at the Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos-Klosters to individuals and organizations that have made notable contributions to the circular economy, organized by The World Economic Forum’s Community of Young Global Leaders, in collaboration with Accenture Strategy.

The yearbook showcases the leading circular economy individuals and organisations from the 2017 awards program, sharing short summaries of the best entries to celebrate their success.

Circular Change is a partner of The Circulars and has worked hard to ensure that over a dozen Slovenian circular champions were included in the final competition. As you might have heard, we travelled to the 2017 meeting of the World Economic Forum with a mission to establish relationships and promote circular companies from Slovenia, and not without success!

Valtex, a companx from Novo Mesto, Slovenia that distributes professional facility hygiene products throughout Slovenia and efficiently manages the circular cycle of waste within the production of consumable products, is included in the 2017 yearbook. It was given high commendation for their efforts in reducing waste flows.

Guido Braam

Guido Braam, Founder and CEO, Circular Valley

We are equally happy that Guido Braam, a member of our Advisory Board, who was also the guest speaker at the 2nd International Circular Change Conference 2017, has been chosen as one of the finalists for the The Fortune Award for Circular Economy Leadership for his efforts in establishing the Circular Valley in the Netherlands.

We are sincerely proud of all Slovenian representatives at the competition and we are looking forward to continuing our cooperation with The Circulars.

The Circulars 2017 Yearbook is available here.

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