Have you been wondering what this “Circular Economy” is actually about? You would like to find out more about reuse of goods by upcycling, repair and recycling. Don’t miss this opportunity to meet Circular Economy “movers and shakers”.
This time our Circular Change Open Circle event will be co-hosted by: Reuse Centre, social enterprise led by executive director Marinka Vovk, PhD of Biological Sciences.
Join us at Open Circle on Wednesday, November 9th 2016, at 4:00pm in the Reuse Centre Ljubljana, Povšetova 4, 1000 Ljubljana.
- As always we will listen to your questions, explore the opportunities and enable the change towards a more Circular Economy. We will chat, connect and share ideas in a very informal atmosphere with help of co-host Ladeja Godina Košir, the initiator of Circular Change and .
- You will again meet interesting Circular Economy “mover and shaker” – this time executive director Marinka Vovk, co-host of the event and very well-known Circular Economy leader in the field of waste management and reuse of goods by upcycling, repair and recycling.
- Besides coffee and soft drinks, we will serve you a fresh and tasty Circular Change calendar of important and interesting events in upcoming months.
No opportunity occurs and no change is made without dedicated people who know the direction to follow. Join us! Let’s create circular stories together.
We are looking forward to seeing you!
There is no fee for the event but the number of participants is limited so please register. If you have any questions you can contact us at +386 01 620 96 91 or email@example.com.
First Open Circle event was in September about electric car shearing
At our first Open Circle Event in the middle of September some great people with great Circular Economy projects from different industries joined us. We have learned more about electric car sharing and met company Avant2go car sharing. And immediately new circular opportunities among some of participants were identified and are discussing and developing right now.
We were also very pleased “Time well spent” was unanimous answer of more or less all participants so our decision to run quarterly events called Open Circles – to meet and talk together about Circular Economy issues has received very strong confirmation.