XLabs Circular Economy workshop comes to the Bay

Do you run a business based in the Bay of Plenty? Looking for innovative ways to give your company an edge, design out waste, reduce emissions and regenerate nature?

Circularity and Bay of Connections are bringing an XLabs Circular Economy workshop to the Pāpāmoa Surf Lifesaving Club on Thursday 29 June, 9am to 3pm.

Participants can expect a transformational day, where they will be introduced to the circular economy and start looking at their business through fresh eyes.

“We’re looking forward to bringing the award-winning XLabs programme to the Bay of Plenty and helping local businesses build the capability to practically apply circular economy principles to an environmental challenge they are facing,” Circularity founder and CEO Louise Nash says.

“They’ll be identifying the impacts across their value chain, define a challenge to work on, and start drawing a roadmap using circular strategies towards a more prosperous future.” 

Attendance is free but places are limited, so be sure to register now!

The Circularity team will return to the Bay in mid-August to deliver a three-day design sprint for their XLabs: Future of Food programme.

To learn more about the XLabs programme, visit the XLabs NZ website or contact louise@circularity.co.nz.