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There is really only one thing I can think of and talk about: Circular economy: from how to (k)now! The international event organized by C2C BIZZ on 19-20 November 2014. A chance to meet people that have implemented Cradle to Cradle into practice or looking for partners and opportunities to do so. On the level of their business and/or business sites, the main focus of the C2C BIZZ project.

Dining with the founding father Dr. Braungart on Wednesday and as a desert on Thursday afternoon Ken Alston from the MBDC (McDonough Braungart Design Chemistry; U.S.A.).

First things first…we start the event by proudly presenting the results of the C2C BIZZ project and the benefits for the (potential) users. No dull slide show but presented as an interactive quiz with a C2C proof prize to win!

A great line up of speakers and the Belgium Beer Lovers to enhance the spirit even more. Do I need to say more?!                                                                                 


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