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Thanks to funding from the Mayor of London’s Green New Deal, ReLondon are offering small and medium-sized businesses free support to identify circular economy opportunities for their businesses. 

Retailers are increasingly looking to new business models like reusing, sharing, repairing, renting and leasing to extend the period that a product is making money for them. 

ReLondon are delivering a workshop on October 14 from 10am until 12pm, tailored to the retail sector to give businesses the chance to find out about the circular economy and the business’s benefits it could have. It’s an ideal opportunity for London-based retailers to find out about circular economy opportunities, be inspired by successful case studies and learn how they can reduce waste, cut costs and tap into new revenue opportunities.  

During the workshop, businesses will be helped to take a fresh look at the resources flowing through their operations and identify opportunities to transform their waste into valuable materials.  

Come along to this practical online workshop and you’ll take a fresh look at the resources flowing through your business and identify opportunities to increase your profits. 

  • Find out about opportunities to reduce waste, cut costs and create new revenue by exploiting underutilised resources in your business.
  • Be inspired by successful case studies and guest speakers.
  • Learn how your business can apply for FREE 1-2-1 support.

For more information and to book your place, visit website: https://relondon.gov.uk/business/ 

 

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