Registration for the SwitchMed Connect 2018 is now open!

24 Jun, 2018 | The circular economy | 0 comments

SwitchMed Connect 2018SwitchMed Connect is a gathering for Mediterranean stakeholders to build synergies, exchange knowledge, and scale up eco and social innovations. The SwitchMed Connect 2018 is taking place on 13-15 November 2018 in Barcelona, at the Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site.

The Circular Economy in Action in the Mediterranean is the focus of this year’s event. Around 300 entrepreneurs, industry leaders, investors, practitioners and policy makers will come together to discuss ways of accelerating the transition to a Circular Economy in the Mediterranean region.

An inspiring agenda for the SwitchMed Connect 2018:

The agenda of the SwitchMed Connect 2018 features a unique blend of expert discussions, entrepreneurial stories, best cases and hands-on applications about green and circular economy planning and implementation in the South and North Mediterranean countries.

Don’t miss the launch of the SwitchMed Exhibition:

2018 marks the end of the first phase of the SwitchMed program. After several years of implementation, many success stories illustrating the transition to the Circular Economy have thrived across the region. On the evening of 13 of November we will celebrate these stories with the launch of the SwitchMed Exhibition on the Circular Economy.

Meet innovators of the Circular Economy during the Marketplace:

The Marketplace will run in parallel to the Event and present innovative eco initiatives from a variety of sectors and countries. It offers you a great opportunity for networking and connecting with likeminded individuals.

ZICLA and SwitchMed Connect.

ZICLA as a company based on the circular economy, took part in the two last editions of SwitchMed Connect.

In ZICLA we see the waste as an opportunity for change.

As a recycled products company committed to the circular economy, we work so the recoverable waste generated by cities associated activities – waste which, although it has interesting potential for recovery, goes to landfill because of the lack of recycling- can be transformed into new materials.


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