Eniko Hajosi, Technical Advisor at the WEEE Forum, a member of the ReVolv project consortium, presented the ReVolv project at the World Circular Economy Forum 2017 on 5th June 2017, in Helsinki.
The event was organized by the Sitra Fund.More than 1500 business leaders, policymakers, researchers and innovators participated at the event that meant to provide a platform to share experiences and select the best solutions that allow businesses to gain a competitive advantage, create more value and generate new growth and jobs in societies around the world.
Presentations were made by prestigious speakers on how circular economy creates new and unprecedented opportunities to create wealth and wellbeing, as well as how it is the essential engine to achieve the ambitious UN Agenda 2030 and Sustainable Development Goals.
The project was presented at the session called ‘17 Circular SMEs Meet the 17 Sustainable Development Goals’ where after a pitch participants could choose to listen to and discuss about a project they were especially interested in. The ReVolv project attracted a wide number of high-level professionals who wanted to know more about the details of the project and want to make questions on the technology. Eniko Hajosi explained the challenge the project was set up to manage, the details of the project and its progress and how the European Funds were an essential part in the implementation of the project.
The WEEE Forum was a marketplace host at the World Circular Economy Forum where the ReVolv project, as one of its ongoing projects, was presented during the two-day conference, giving the project a wide visibility among stakeholders of the circular economy.