We are inviting all creatives – designers, architects, handcraftsmen/women, fashion designers and othersto apply to the public competition Creative&Circular, presented by Circular Change and the Museum of Architecture and Design.
Circular Change Director, Ladeja Godina Košir, was asked to provide inputs for an article writen by journalist Irena Bačič, which covers how the circular economy is developing in Slovenia and in Europe.
Organised by the Mikser Association (SRB), Young Balkan Designers 2019 calls for design projects − products, concepts, services and scenarios that can bring the Balkans to the forefront of a much needed paradigm shift in design, production and consumption.
Inviting all entrepreneurs, who are active in the fields of agriculture, connectivity, energy, health and water, with circular economy as the cross-cutting theme, to apply to the Global Entrepreneurship Summit, which will be held June 4 and 5 in the Netherlands.
Slovenian Dutch Business Platform is kindly inviting you to join them at the panel discussion on Friday, 25th January 2019, at 9:00, in the hall of the National Council of the Republic of Slovenia, Šubičeva street 4, Ljubljana.
The election confirms that CCs activities in the recent years have not gone by unseen in Brussels and Ladeja’s affinity towards connecting people and empowering impactful relationships played a strong role in the election.
Strategy for the transition of the City of Maribor to the Circular Economy is its own innovative model as a system for managing all the resources available in the Municipality of Maribor and the wider urban area.
Once again, we are inviting all companies, big and small, organisations, public institutions and individuals who dare to dream bigger and better for a more sustainable future to submit their entry to the world’s premier global circular economy award program The Circulars 2019.
From the 10-13 of October 2018, a small number of outstanding professionals will gather along the beautiful Croatian coast in Trogir to gain insight about emerging global trends, disruptive circular business models, and mindful leadership needed to lead the circular transition.