It is our driving belief that Circular Design is the key to a sustainable future.
Every year the world comes together to share knowledge, celebrate success, and bring energy and renewed commitment to Circularity, the Circular Economy, and all it encompasses. This week we have gathered the many strands of the Circular industry together, bringing insight and knowledge from across the community.
Courtney Holm is the founder of A.BCH, a Melbourne-based circular fashion label transforming the way people buy, wear, and discard clothing. With an eagle eye for design as a catalyst for the fashion circular economy, Courtney continually challenges the traditions of the industry by taking a scientific approach to design and garment lifecycles. Courtney’s areas of expertise are in communication, whole systems thinking and biophilic design for longevity. A global educator, she is a leader in conversations within her local industry where she dedicates herself to working collaboratively to achieve a better future for this world.
Meet Andrew Weiler, Commercial Manager of Kib Herbal Tea and Director of Business Operations at The Perennial Foods Group. Andrew is passionate about helping farmers and providing nutritious, sustainable food to people worldwide. He’s led Kib from an idea in 2018 to launch in late 2020.
Meet Matt Hulland, Resource Recovery Manager for Exeter City Council and Project Partner at Odyssey Innovation Ltd. Matt is passionate about collaboration and finding innovative circular economy solutions for waste materials that engage and drive messaging into the community. He is a keen environmentalist and plays an active role on our peninsula to help communities, groups, and individuals in their goals towards a cleaner coastline.
Meet Tom Meades. A future-thinking sustainable and circular designer, most recently featured by BBC news as a Green Entrepreneur. Tom started Gomi Design as a solution to prove that ‘non-recyclable’ waste streams can be desirable through strategic product design. Inventor of the world’s first Bluetooth Speaker and Portable Charger made from waste materials.
A documentary film about the critical role Circularity plays in the very future of our planet. Hosted by Circular&Co., this is the first time this new film will be shown to a UK audience. We are offering limited virtual tickets to our core community of decision makers and key players, those who can leverage circularity for a sustainable future.
Another environmental milestone for the Circular Cup.