Circular Economy Australia will be hosting a Round Table Dinner Series in 2016.
Our aim is simple: Connect knowledge over delicious food, inspired by the Circular Economy.
PURPOSE DRIVEN | COLLABORATIVE | WASTE FREE
We are currently looking for partners to help bring this series to life. If your organisation has something to offer from ideas, resources or contributions, we would love to hear form you.
7 & 8 December 2015
Purpose - happening in Sydney on the 7th and 8th December - is the coming together of purpose-driven people. It’s by application only and over two days you’ll get to meet, learn from and be inspired by the best in the industry. The people who are doing good and doing it incredibly well.
We’re going to talk about reinventing business models, shifting corporate cultures and rewriting the role of brands and organisations to be purpose driven. This is the event for connecting, meeting and learning from like minded people – so join us.
Visit www.purpose.do and use: CircularEconomy for 15% off tickets.
1st OCTOBER, 2015
The collaborative economy is a revolution, one being felt beyond the confines of the industries it disrupts. It is redefining consumption, styles of work, and ideas of community and ownership.
Our panel, featuring Candice Quartermain, Founder of Circular Economy Australia, Will Davies, CEO of Car Next Door, Max Wilson, General Manager of Corporate Solutions, Mirvac, Harry Quartermain from 2000 Acres and more, will consider perspectives from development, planning, government, and business.
Please join us as we discuss how the collaborative economy will change Sydney, now and into the future.
2nd October, 2015
Mind Shift is a single-day forum to challenge perceptions, experts and the obvious in a Q&A setting.
Each of the Q&A sessions will feature a panel of four industry experts from the tech, music and arts spheres. These sessions will put the audience on the front foot with interactive digital initiatives and a playfully-delivered verdict.
The Australian CleanTech Network has been operating since 2008 and has gradually spread out across the country. It now hosts regular events in the five largest cities in Australia and has established itself as the focus of much of the activity within the country.
REGISTRATION NOW CLOSED.
To view the presentations from the event visit the Global Disruptive Innovation Festival website.