Run by Circular Economy Club Reading on Thursday mornings, these fortnightly events are live, informal, with a different guest every time, where they discuss different circular aspects over a virtual coffee.
They also ask them to bring a #CircularConversations Starter, object, thing, related to their thinking of business to get the conversation flowing….
They’ll ask a few questions ourselves for about 15min and then open up the questions to the people on the call.
Thursday 25th March at 6.30pm exceptionally!: Rob Wilson, the Founder of Toast Ale, beers made out of waste bread. The timing of this session has moved to an evening one to accommodate with the juggling of homeschooling :). A good excuse to raise a Toast and share a Toast Beer (15% discount offered to anyone joining the event).
How it works
Grab a cuppa
Join at 11am – or 6.30 for 25th March!
Listen to an inspiring conversation
Ask any questions you might have on the topic.
If you cannot join for a reason or another, they’ll record this series and send you the link. So if you are interested, don’t forget to sign-up.
Free to attend – just register at the link: Circular Coffee + Conversation Tickets, Multiple Dates | Eventbrite
What is the Reading Circular Economy Club (CEC)?
We are part of the Circular Economy Club, a global network of over 3,500 circular economy professionals and organisations in over 100 countries changing the way our cities operate.
Our aim is to use Circular Economy models, design and thinking as innovation drivers to reduce waste and rethink products, business and behaviours, creating new and wider value for our community.
We act as a platform to amplify local initiatives and create new opportunities, bringing businesses, government, individuals and academic together.
We want to be brave, innovative, thoughtful and impactful.
We aim to meet every other month for an interactive, hands-on and fun event where ideas are shared and actions agreed to “put” Reading on the map of Circular Economy.
Who is it for?
Our CEC events are all very inclusive. Regardless if you are already involved in the circular economy or simply curious about this new way of doing business and looking for inspiration, we would love to have you join this series of events. We want to imagine and create a Circular Reading together 🙂