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Join the City of Austin’s Circular Economy Program for a digital networking series, Circular Meet-Ups. Happening the first Tuesday of every other month, Circular Meet-Ups provide an opportunity for local business owners, start-ups and sustainability professionals across all industries to connect and learn more about Austin’s circular economy.

Attend a Circular Meet-Up today

  • Get an introduction to Austin’s circular economy
  • Hear from innovators and leaders of successful circular businesses in Austin
  • Learn about best ‘circular’ business practices that can benefit you and your company
  • Network with like-minded business leaders and entrepreneurs
  • Connect with our Circular Economy Program Coordinator for a consultation

During this meet-up, you’ll join two local business leaders for a discussion on Austin’s circular future — check them out below:

Jenn Evans, Executive Director, Austin Creative Reuse

"Austin Creative Reuse is a local nonprofit with a mission to foster conservation and reuse through creativity, education and community building. In our creative reuse center in East Austin, we collect, process and re-sell gently used creative materials donated from individuals and businesses. To date, we've diverted more than 435 tons of usable creative materials from Austin's landfills and hosted hundreds of workshops and community events to promote reuse, conscious consumption and a circular Austin.”

Sandy Stewart, Owner, Think Big Program 

Think Big Program works with independent small businesses seeking dollars to fund existing or new circular initiatives. She helps businesses align circular goals into their business strategy and prepare for making the money ask, whether it’s from lenders, investors or seeking grants.”

 

Interested in being a speaker for one of our meetups? Email us.

Circular Meet-Ups are hosted by the Circular Economy Program within Austin Resource Recovery, a department of the City of Austin.

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