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Webinar

September 20, 2022 11:00 am

Sustainable Supply Chains: The Circular Economy Solution

HOST: Supply Chain Manitobas

LOCATION: Zoom webinar

The circular economy is gaining worldwide recognition as a remodeling of our current “take-make-waste” system into one that circulates resources by sharing, reducing, reusing, repairing, remanufacturing, upcycling, and recycling. With so many applications of the circular economy throughout the supply chain, it can be tough to know where to start or even how to reimagine a new way of operating.

Join Tim Reeve live on Tuesday, September 20th at 11 am CDT for the first of a series of webinars on what the circular economy is and how it applies to SME supply chains.

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Tim Reeve, President of Reeve Consulting, Sustainable Procurement Advisor, Founder of the Canadian Collaboration for Sustainable Procurement

With over 25years of experience, Tim Reeve has earned a reputation as a leading sustainability practitioner and industry spokesperson in the areas of sustainable and social purpose procurement as well as ethical sourcing within the world wide Olympic movement. Tim is President of Reeve Consulting where his firm develops, implements, and manages sustainable supply chain strategies and sustainability programs for clients such as BC Ferries, Los Angeles Metro, the City of Vancouver, Special Olympics, Government of Canada and the United Nations. Tim lives in English Bay in the West End of Vancouver BC, is a father to a wonderful 19-year-old daughter and is a keen alpine skier and open-water swimmer.

  1. What is the circular economy and how is it enabled by more sustainable supply chains? Why is it important in the post-pandemic era?
  2. History of the circular economy. Where did it come from and why the supply chain focus?
  3. How will a circular economy impact to business strategies and operations? How does procurement and supply chain fit into the circular economy?
  4. Examples of circular practices in Manitoba and Canadian SMEs
  5. Examples of circular businesses to source from in Canada, Circular business directory