Three Reasons You Won’t Want to Miss Our 2018 Business Delegation Tour This October

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Photo taken while visiting Pratt Industries Paper Mill during the 2017 Circular Economy Delegation Tour.

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Corporate Citizenship Center, in partnership with TRUE and the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce, is convening a Circular Economy Business Delegation Tour in Chicago this October 10-11.  Through hands-on learning opportunities, discussions, and site visits, attendees will be inspired and equipped with clear insights and specific opportunities on which their organizations can capitalize to bring the circular economy to scale.

If you’re a business leader in strategy, operations, facilities management, logistics, supply chains, or research and development, here are three reasons why you should head to our event page to learn more and reserve your spot. 

1. Sharpen your skills and find out what other companies are doing in the field.

It’s not always necessary to reinvent the wheel. Don’t miss the chance to connect with industry experts to identify new and innovative pre-competitive approaches for driving circular approaches to achieve zero waste targets. Learn from their experiences and how to implement or expand similar programs at your organization.

2. Expand your network with influential business leaders.

This event offers a unique platform for practitioners and peers working across various sectors and industries to exchange ideas, collaborate, and network with an influential group of business leaders in the corporate citizenship space.

3. Learn by example and get inspired.

Site visits of businesses successfully closing the loop across the Chicago region provide an intimate setting for participants to have open discussions with subject matter experts around common challenges, solutions, best practices, and growth opportunities across sectors and organizations.

We hope you can join us for this year’s Circular Economy Business Delegation Tour. Click here to learn more about the tour and how you and your colleagues can participate.