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A look back at the conference "Which partnerships for Circular Economy?" organised by the Circular Economy Chair and the European Research Project R2Pi, on March 28.

Aurélien Acquier and Valentina Carbone, Professors ESCP and co-Scientific Directors of the Circular Economy Chair were happy to welcome:
- Aleyn Gillespie, Associate Director, Carbon Trust
- Alexis Figeac , Head of Sustainable Business and Entrepreneurship, Centre for Sustainable Consumption and Production gGmbH
- Fabio Menten, Manager, Deloitte Development Durable
- Laetitia Vasseur, Co-founder, Association HOP (Halte à l'Obsolescence Programmée)
- Jochen Moesslein, CEO, Polysecure


The agenda was very rich, with a lot of inputs such as:

Partnerships for Circular Economy: firm-centric, consortium and market-based approaches, by Aurélien Acquier and Valentina Carbone

Exploring three different approaches to circular economy 
A firm centric case study: Rolls Royce by Aleyn Gillespie
A collective case study: Aquaponics, by Alexis Figeac 
A market-based case study, Phenix by Aurélien Acquier and Valentina Carbone

Round Table: Debating with circular economy leaders
- Fabio Menten, Deloitte Development Durable: collaboration for circular economy among large companies and start-ups
- Laetitia Vasseur, HOP: civil society actions for circular economy - from adversarial to collaborative relationships with companies
- Jochen Moesslein, Polysecure: new technologies for successful recycling strategies


To relive all this event

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