Attracting investors: the power of circular impact – A WCEF2024 accelerator session

Join the Circular Investment Readiness Network on April 17th from 8.30 to 10.00 to discover how to leverage impact measurement to attract investors

Despite their potential to reduce carbon emissions and waste while enhancing economic resilience, circular economy projects often struggle to develop compelling business cases to secure funding. This session, organised by the Circular Investment Readiness Network (CIRN), delves into how circular projects can leverage impact measurement practices and alignment with EU regulations to attract investments.

Join the Circular Investment Readiness Network on April 17th from 8.30 to 10.00 to be inspired by real-world success stories from project owners and investors and take part in interactive discussions led by circular economy experts. You can participate online or in Brussels at ICLEI's office, Rue du Luxembourg 19-21.

This event is an accelerator session at the World Circular Economy Forum 2024.

Draft agenda

  • Measuring impacts to maximise circular benefits and attract investments
  • Navigating EU regulations: compliance, ESG, taxonomy, and KPIs for the circular economy
  • Two project owners and their investors share impactful journeys
  • Interactive session
  • Pitch back and closing

    Moderator: Kristin Strandberg, Cities Strategist at Circle Economy Foundation

    Registration: Click here to participate in person in Brussels or click here to participate online.

  • CircularInvest (Inova+, Meta Group, ICLEI Europe, Circle Economy)
  • DEFINITE-CCRI (ICLEI Europe, Bankers without Boundaries, NTUA, Circle Economy)

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