As part of the World Circular Economy Forum 2023 in Helsinki, Finland, UNIDO is organizing on 1 Jun the first edition of the SWITCH:COLAB, an in-person consultative forum to present and discuss innovative and scalable examples of applied circular economy conversions in industries, implemented in UNIDO-led projects across different regions in Africa and Asia.
Part of the SWITCH:COLAB programme will be open for WCEF2023 participants, and if you are in Helsinki, we invite you to join us for:
Location: Messukeskus Expo, Helsinki, Finland, Room 103
If you wish to join us in-person in Messukeskus Expo Centre in Helsinki, please register via the following LINK.
The SWITCH:COLAB is co-organized by UNIDO (Switch2CE and SwitchMed projects) in collaboration with Circle Economy and Chatham House, with financial support from the European Union and the Government of Finland.
The SWITCH:COLAB is an Accelerator Session at the World Circular Economy Forum 2023 (www.WCEF2023.com).
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