Circular economy

Tuesday 12 March

Meeting Hall

Free of charge

The global circularity rate is only 7,2% in 2023, trending downward from the previous years.

In order to turn the trend, the world economy needs to become circular at the same time as business models and business growth indicators will change towards more sustainable ones.

The future economy needs to be circular, otherwise there is no future for the economy. Circular economy is not possible without collaborations and synergies within different stakeholders.

In this seminar, different circular economy clusters from Europe will be presented. Let’s have a look on what Jakobstad region has done within circularity, and what kind of clusters there are in Denmark and The Netherlands.

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Hanna Malkamäki
Project Manager, Sustainable Development and Circular Economy, VASEK
+358505638605

Circular Economy

Clusters driving the change for sustainable future

Welcome to the seminar: Hanna Malkamäki

Project Manager, Sustainable Development and Circular Economy, VASEK

Circular economy clusters in Denmark

Ambassador of Denmark to Finland

Alholmen industrial park Jakobstad

Head of Production, Baltic Yaghts

Circular economy clusters in the Netherlands

Managing Director, Omrin

Panel discussion with all speakers

Moderated by: Adrian Braun.

Arctic Values Founder and CEO
Ambassador of Denmark to Finland
Managing Director, Omrin
Head of Production, Baltic Yaghts

Closing words

Project Manager, Sustainable Development and Circular Economy, VASEK