Manufacturing workshops seen through open doors. Helsinki 2019.

Last chance to join the Nordic Circular Manufacturing workshops

In 2019, Nordic Innovation held the first series of circular workshops focusing on four sectors in the Nordic manufacturing industry. This year, the workshops will be divided into a track A (Beginners) and a track B (Advanced). This means that you can join the beginners or advanced workshops to get the most out of your journey to a business based on circular business models.

Due to travel limitations and national rules, the workshops have been moved to a later date and the format adjusted to secure safe and productive workshops.

Want to know more? Contact Accenture's Silje Haugland here.

Circular workshops in 2019 and 2020

More than 50 companies from the Nordic countries participated in the 2019 Nordic Circular Industries workshops. The workshops were highly successful and received positive feedback from the participants. To accommodate the different levels of experience with circular economy, the 2020 workshops have been adjusted to fit the needs of beginners and advanced, ready-to-pilot companies.

Track A: Beginners

Track A is for companies wanting to learn about the potential of circular economy for their business and participate in broader opportunity origination sessions together with the other participants.

Read more about the dates and locations here.

Track B: Advanced

Track B is for companies that have a more matured understanding of circular economy and are actively looking to work it into their business models. The companies enter with a pre-identified business concept and partners in order to start a pilot or scale a solution.

Read more about the dates and locations here.

Want to know more? Contact Accenture's Silje Haugland here.

Contacts

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Elís Benediktsson

Senior Innovation Adviser
Elís combines his scientific educational background with his broad international experience in biotech, banking and economic diplomacy. His main strengths lie within business development & analysis, project management, as well as international trade & investment advisory.

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Marthe Haugland

Senior Innovation Adviser
Marthe combines her international experience with her knowledge of business development and innovation to promote Nordic cooperation within the circular economy. She belives Nordic cooperation can drive the systemic change and give Nordic companies a competitive edge going forward.

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Hanna Törmänen

Hanna Törmänen

Innovation Adviser
Hanna has background in Nordic and international exports, public-private cooperation, project management and market analysis. Her focus at Nordic Innovation is to support Nordic businesses and ecosystems in their transition towards sustainable and circular business models.

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