Our Joint MD Yvonne Tweddle will be taking part in an editorial webinar called ‘FMCG and the Circular Economy’ on June 23 2020.
Join Yvonne and Jupiter as industry experts speak on making the circular economy part of Fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG’s) new normal.
Globally we are seeing huge changes due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the case for circularity within business and the food and drink industry remains as significant as ever.
Companies adopting circular economy working practices as part of their post-COVID plan look set to return quicker and better placed than those clinging to the old and outdated ways of working.
Including circular economy experts and industry figures
The Grocer’s latest webinar, in conjunction with Sage includes thought leaders, circular economy experts and food and drink manufacturing industry figures discussing why waste elimination and creating a close-loop system should figure in your company’s ‘new normal’.
George Nott, The Grocer’s technology editor is hosting the free webinar that will deep dive into exactly what the circular economy is and how adopting its principles can help your company prosper post COVID-19.
The expert panel will be analysing the trends driving the circular economy and will explain how it can help not hinder companies after the global pandemic. The webinar will also include an audience questions section and advice on how circular economy values can be rolled out within your business from those that have already had success.
An unmissable event
Joining our Joint MD Yvonne on the panel will be Mark Campbell, the MD of Higgidy, Rob Sinfield, Sage’s Vice President of Product and Stefano Pascucci a Professor in Circular Economy at the University of Exeter Business School. This is sure to be an unmissable event with fantastic insight.
Register for the FREE webinar
If you would like to register and join us to discuss the hottest topics surrounding the circular economy and more, you can do so by following the link and entering your details.
The Jupiter Group is a leader in the global fresh produce market. Ranked 17th in the 2020 The Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200, Jupiter grows and supplies new and traditional varieties of grapes and citrus alongside melons, pineapples, limes, avocados and kiwi.