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Free Workshop: How Do We Get Better At The Green Change?

In the past few years, there has been an increase of focus in the transition of businesses going "green".


In June 2017, the Danish government's Advisory Board in Circular Economics presented their recommendations to promote circular economics, and a workshop supporting these recommendations has been organized in collaboration with the Association of Danish Industry and Gate 21.


The theme of the workshop will be "How Do We Get Better At The Green Change?"

Why You Should Attend The Workshop

The workshop will help prepare small companies for the circular journey and provide them with mentorship and coaching opportunities for their ideas. This will result in more business models that can contribute to a more circular economy.


Environment Solutions COO, Mr. David Konge, will be in attendance to present our experiences in going green and how we got started with the green transformation - you don't want to miss that!


Last year we also participated in the "Green Transition" conference. You can learn a bit about our journey "going green" in the video below.

More About The Workshop

The workshop is free, but there will be a "no-show" fee of 200 kroner for missing attendance. There are a limited number of seats and you will only be guaranteed one when you receive a confirmation of your registration.


The workshop will take place on April 18 from 13:00 to 16:00h and will be located at Slotsholmsgaden 3, Tietgenthus, Copenhagen, 1216 Denmark (MAP).


Interested parties can sign up here (It's FREE)

Background Of The Workshop

The workshop is organized by the Association of Danish Industry and Gate 21 at the Sustainable Boundary and Sustainable Production 3.0 projects.


Both projects provide advice and guidance to a total of 120 companies that support sustainable conversion, including working with production, green sales, consumption and developing green and sustainable business models.


Interested parties can sign up here (It's FREE) and curious parties can learn more about the workshop HERE.


See you there!

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