Factor CO2 holds the first conference to implement a management model based on the Circular Economy in companies in Enkarterri, Bizkaia

Posted by aclimaadmin | enero 30, 2019 | Noticias del Sector, Uncategorized

Last week, the team of Factor CO2 held the first conference of the project: «Increasing organizational competitiveness through the implementation of a management model based on the values of the Circular Economy (Enkarterri Project)», in Bizkaia.

The conference organized by BEAZ, a public company of the Provincial Council of Biscay whose objective is to support companies and entrepreneurs in innovation and internationalization, had the aim of presenting to the 8 large companies involved in the project the proposal developed by Factor to implement circular economy criteria in their organizations.

The team of Factor CO2, represented by Kepa Solaun, partner and general director, and Carmelo Angulo, associate consultant, as well as the team of Metroeconomica, represented by Ibon Galarraga, partner and general director, were in charge of the presentation of the proposal.

The next phase of the project will consist of individual meetings to know the status of each of the interested companies and begin to implement a personalized circular economy model.

Moreover, in February there will be a similar conference for the other 15 participating organizations (SMEs).

 

Since 2004, Factor CO2 has been offering technical consulting and market services, both for governments and international organizations, as well as for more than 400 companies.

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