Corporate Net-Zero: Circular Manufacturing & Supply Chains May 19, 2022
Panel Discussion

Increasing Circularity — Preventing Future Supply Chain Crises

According to McKinsey’s research in October 2021, executives generally consider the global supply chain disruption a larger threat to their businesses than coronavirus uncertainty. Balancing cost and operational efficiency and the flexibility to shift sourcing, manufacturing, and distributing activities around fairly and quickly are priorities for all businesses that operate multinationally.

However, the stable model of “take-make-dispose” and outsourcing labor to low-income populations is steadily losing relevance. With diminishing natural resources, multiple researchers highlight that the momentum of the circular economy is growing, and one key aspect is building a circular, restorative, and regenerative business model.

Learn from the experiences of circular product approach’s early-adopters at this panel discussion.

May 19, 2022 2:00 PM CET GET TICKETS