Sustainable Business Network Webinar 9.06.20

You are invited to the next business network breakfast webinar in the City of Port Phillip that will reveal details about the Kaludborg Symbiosis – an incredible network of businesses that is known globally as the pioneering community for the circular economy.

Guest speaker:

Dr Scott Valentine

Senior circular economy specialist at KPMG, former Professor and Associate Dean Dean of Sustainability and Urban Planning at RMIT i

Dean of Sustainability and Urban Planning at RMIT in Melbourne.

As senior circular economy specialist at KPMG, Scott is responsible for coordinating circular economy work within the firm and for providing circular economy work within the firm and for providing expert support for projects

around the circular economy. He has led major research projects in Denmark and

Holland around the circular economy with an emphasis on corporate strategy and

public policy design and implementation.

It will be a 30 minutes session consisting of a 20 minutes presentation and a 10 minutes Q & A after the presentation.

To join a WebEx session/ meeting, there are 3 options for participants:

  1. On a laptop follow the link in the email invitation - there is no need to download an app as they receive an access code and password to join.
  2. On a mobile smart phone follow the link and they will be directed to download the WebEx app, then put in access code and password.
  3. Via landline to a local Melbourne number (call charges apply) where you will be prompted for the access code and password – you won’t be able to see the meeting but can hear the audio and participate by talking into the phone like a normal phone call.

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About the Sustainable Business Network:

The City of Port Phillip coordinates this network to provide opportunities for a wide range of businesses to come together, exchange ideas, hear about new programs, and discover sustainability innovations.

Membership of the network is free for businesses within the City of Port Phillip.