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Green Chi Group & TBD Tennis Innovation Week
Green Chi Group collaborated with the TBD Tennis Innovation Week team as change agent for the Conference, Expo and Awards event to include sustainable, regenerative and circular thinking in the tennis industry.
TBD innovation Week brings together 88 speakers, from all over the globe, addressing the need for innovation in the tennis industry.
Green Chi Group CEO, Henk Abbink, is a main speaker at the event, held from 27th-30th October and also addresses the conference participants with closing remarks on day 3 of the event.
All speaker presentations will be available for registered attendees for 30 days.
Green Chi Group is an exhibitor at the event too and presents this short video introduction as part of their virtual booth.
The Circular Transition Indicators (CTI): Now available in Spanish
by World Busuness Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD)
Together with our partner in Chile Acción Empresas and KPMG Colombia we launched the Spanish translation of the Circular Transition Indicators framework with a view to support companies in Spanish-speaking countries to actively managing their circular transition.
The framework is simple, applicable across industries and value chains, comprehensive yet flexible, complementary to a company’s existing sustainability efforts and agnostic as to material, sector or technology. Central to the CTI stands a self-assessment that determines a company’s circular performance. To support and guide companies through this process, we have partnered with Circular IQ to develop the CTI online tool available at www.ctitool.com.
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