Find out what it takes to scale the circular economy …
join australia’s circular economy leaders for three days of business AND POLICY INSIGHTS
Powering the change to a circular economy brings together threads of the previous two conferences under the theme, ‘what it takes to scale’.
All businesses aim for scale. And scaling the circular economy will ensure its lasting contribution to growth in Australia.
Don’t miss Powering the change in 2019. Our overarching theme is underpinned by key topics:
access to finance
Measuring what matters
advances in technology
working with customers
partnering across supply chains.
Since 2017, Powering the change to a circular economy has been a three-day conference dedicated to the challenges and opportunities of circular economy.
PROGRAM & speakers
The Powering the change to a circular economy program is released progressively. We are pleased to be welcoming speakers from across Australia and the globe. Read more here.
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who comes to powering the change
Business … senior business leaders from product and sustainability managers, through to marketing executives and vice presidents. Companies from multinational to micro come to the conference to learn about the latest in circular economy from across the globe.
Researchers … material specialists, engineers, and researchers focussed on business, sustainability, policy, stakeholder engagement and more come to share the latest developments, and learn from businesses and policy makers.
Policy makers … officers from all levels of government, from economic and business development, environment, water management and special projects come to the conference to hear the latest, to engage with businesses leading the circular shift, and to envisage and plan for circular economy in their jurisdictions.
About the conference
Powering the change to a circular economy is a three-day conference dedicated to the challenges and opportunities of circular economy for Australian businesses.
About Circular Economy
It’s good for business and good for the economy, with the potential to save material costs, stimulate growth and boost jobs, all while reducing environmental impacts. So how do we define 'circular economy'?