Online Webinar

REIMAGINING A WORLD OF SUPPLY CHAINS DRIVEN BY A CIRCULAR ECONOMY

Imagine an economy where waste is designed out before a product is even made.  Imagine a world where we work in unison with our natural environment as an ally instead of an enemy. Imagine a reality where all citizens have a shared economic model for success. This webinar focuses on the vast potential and economic opportunity a transition to a circular economy would bring.

 

This online panel discussion will cover the following topics:

- Difference between Need and Want

- Need driven supply chain

- Fighting wastes in the Supply chain 

- GHG Monitoring and optimization

 

Show Date: Thursday, 13 August 2020 

Air Time: 13:00 - 14:00 PM GMT+7

Mode: online talk via Zoom; Zoom dial-in URL will be sent to registered audiences prior to the online talk

TOPIC: REIMAGING A WORLD SUPPLY CHAINS DRIVEN BY A CIRCULAR ECONOMY 

Language: This talk will be held in English.

Participants: This online show is designed for business leaders, professionals currently working in supply chains, logistics, procurement. 

SPEAKERS

▪️Uyen Mai, Packaging & Specialty Plastics  - South East Asia, DOW 

▪️Harbinder Singh, Chairman, YES FULL CIRCLE

▪️Florian BERANEK, MSc,  Lead Expert Societal Responsibility & Responsible Business Conduct, CSR-EU 

▪️Julien Brun, Managing Partner, CEL 

▪️Quyen Nguyen, Co-Founder, Laiday Refill Station  

DO YOU KNOW? ​

A circular economy is an economic model that encourages continuous reuse of materials to minimise waste, as well as driving demand for natural resource consumption. The circular economy starts with good design, end of life and raw material reuse in mind.

In the next 18 months 70% of supply chain leaders are planning to invest in circular economies, however only 12% have linked it with their digital strategies.

Currently within the industry, organisations are applying this technology into delivery (46%), customer engagement (45%), manufacturing and remanufacturing (43%), planning (43%) and reverse logistics (27%).

 

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The Most Recent Survey Result for "CORONAVIRUS & SUPPLY CHAIN IMPACTS IN VIETNAM"

https://coronasurveyvietnam.cel-consulting.com/

 

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