There are only a few days left to register for The Grocer’s exclusive webinar on how the fmcg sector can make the circular economy part of its ‘new normal’.
Available from 11am on Tuesday, 23 June, the webinar will see experts from Higgidy, Jupiter Marketing, the University of Exeter Business School and Sage discuss circular economy principles and how companies can put them into practice as part of their post coronavirus plan.
As well as offering unique insight into how your business can come back quicker and stronger than those clinging to old ways of working, there’s also the chance to submit your question to the panel when you register here.
So who will be discussing the circular economy and why it should be part of your post-pandemic plan with The Grocer’s technology editor, George Nott?
Vice President of Product, Sage
Prior to joining Sage, Sinfield worked for other software vendors in a variety of roles in product management and product marketing. He has more than 20 years of experience in the enterprise space and has worked in a variety of industries ranging from manufacturing to financial services implementing enterprise software solutions in over 50 countries.
Joint MD, Jupiter Group
Tweddle has evolved and steered the business right from its birth alongside her husband Mark. With an agricultural upbringing and a pre-Jupiter career in commercial sales and marketing, Tweddle applies her astute commercial approach to all decisions made so they are best for the end customer, the grower and the group itself. What’s more the couple have naturally become the face of Jupiter and as a result keep a family ethos at the centre of the culture.
Campbell is the co-founder of Higgidy, a food business that creates up to 400,000 handmade pies, quiches and sausage rolls per week. Together with his co-founders, he has grown the business from a kitchen start-up to one of the biggest savoury pastry brands in the UK.
Professor in Circular Economy, University of Exeter Business School
Pascucci is an applied economist who developed an interest for sustainability as connected to organisation theories, innovation management, and value chain analysis. His research focuses on agribusiness, sustainability and circular economy. He is particularly concerned about how to analyse the interplay between sustainability, collaborative innovation and value chain configurations.