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The Circular Economy Panel Discussion

Inspiring Capital

Wednesday, November 29, 2017 from 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM (EST)

The Circular Economy Panel Discussion

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The circular economy: a way for businesses to tackle the triple bottom line and realize a more sustainable future.

The circular economy (CE) in business can lead to the integration of social, environmental and financial returns.  By moving away from the current linear take-make-dispose model, which assumes that natural resources are unlimited and cheap, the circular economy is more restorative and regenerative by design.  It encourages businesses to think differently about their products, resources, and customers.

Our panel speakers are not about business-as-usual, rather they represent companies that are interested or acting on ‘circularity’.  We discuss what steps have been taken towards the CE, their takeaways from these actions, what they see as the trajectory of the CE in business and how businesses can take steps to get there. 



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Civic Hall is a collaborative community center that advances the use of technology for the public good. Technology + Empathy = Civic Hall.

Built on the idea that together – technologists, government officials, community organizers, researchers, makers, social entrepreneurs, change-makers, hackers, academics, journalists, artists – we can organize to solve civic problems to scale.

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Civic Hall
118 W. 22nd St
12th Floor
New York, NY 10011

Wednesday, November 29, 2017 from 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM (EST)

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Inspiring Capital

Inspiring Capital is a B-Corp Social Impact Learning and Development Organization promoting sustainable growth.

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