Resource Futures Consultant, Stuart Clouth, will be showcasing a number of practical examples where businesses have looked to increase the circularity of their business model. The event, which takes place at Bond Dickinson's Bristol office on Friday 28th November, is titled 'Moving to a Circular Economy in the South West - Spin or Substance? What does it really mean for me?'. Stuart has worked with a number of companies who recognise the importance of the circular economy and how it can help their business to thrive. Driving part of this agenda is the need for quality materials alongside long term commercial thinking.
At the same event, Jane Stephenson, Resource Futures CEO, is presenting about Bristol 2015 when the city becomes European Green Capital of the Year taking up the reigns from Copenhagen. The focus of the award is sustainable urban living and Jane, as one of Bristol 2015's board members, will explain the approach that the City Council is taking and how businesses can participate.
Further details of the CIWM event can be found here.