Foto: The Circulars 2018, 22 January, Davos: Ladeja Godina Košir – Founder, CC, Harald Friedl – CEO, Circle Economy, Frans Van Houten, CEO, Philips
The Circulars Award Ceremony in Davos and nomination of Ladeja Godina Košir among six finalists in the category “Circular Leadership”, attract some attention also in Slovenian media. The news has been published by leading daily Delo (Svet Kapitala) and daily business newspaper Finance, Slovenian press agency STA and on several digital platforms, including the interview at navdihni.me.
Frans van Houten, CEO Philips, the winner in the category as well as the “winner of the winners”, stressed the importance of collaboration for a successful circular transition in his speech.
During his visit to Davos, Slovenian Prime Minister Miro Cerar contributed to the panel on Circular Economy, where he has announced the opening of Slovenian Circular Economy HUB in 2018, as the contribution to the WEF PACE initiative.
Circular Change platform is recognised as one of the leading circular changemakers in Southeastern Europe. In the 2018 platform will foster the collaboration with international partners and focus on practical circular solutions for different stakeholders, particularly for the local communities and SME’s.
The Circular Change platform is a private nonprofit organization, collaborating with its strong network of international partners, in order to create a competence network to assist in a successful transition to the Circular Economy, embracing it’s economic, societal and environmental dimensions.
Circular Change is a stakeholder engagement platform focusing on the Circular Economy. Its fundamental mission is to inform, educate, recognise leaders, interpret best practices and co-create pioneering case studies in the transition from linear to circular business models.