Rendez-vous with François Olivier, Geneviève Morin, Olivier Lemire et Sonia Gagné

Monday November 1st, 2021

PANEL : L’économie circulaire : une stratégie d’affaires gagnante

 

 

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Panelists 

François Olivier
President and Chief Executive Officer
TC Transcontinental 

Biography

Geneviève Morin
Chief Executive Officer
Fondaction

Biography

Olivier Lemire
President
Keurig Dr Pepper Canada

 

Sonia Gagné (animator)
President and CEO
RECYC-QUÉBEC  

Biography

Schedule


Choose to attend this event in person or virtual format with or without networking : 

 

In-person event at the Centre Sheraton de Montréal : (table for 8 with a meal *) : 

     12:00 p.m. - Welcome and meal
     1:00 p.m. – Speech and discussion
     1:45 p.m. – End of the event

* To see the menu and submit your food preferences, click here.

 

Virtual event with networking (no meal) : (find out more

     12:45 p.m. - Online networking
     1:00 p.m. - Beginning of live webcast
     1:45 p.m. - End of the event

 

Webcast without networking  (no meal) :  

     1:00 p.m. - Beginning of the live webcast 
     1:45 p.m. - End of the event

 

Event sponsor

Description 

The circular economy: a winning business strategy 
The circular economy, a concept that is catching on North America, is the way forward if we hope to speed up our transition to a greener economy. By incorporating materials into the reduce / reuse / recover / recycle loop, we optimize resource use at all stages in the lifecycle of a good or a service, while reducing our environmental footprint and contributing to the well-being of individuals and communities.
 
The circular economy is rapidly gaining ground in Quebec and Canada. Businesses, governments and investment funds all want to find innovative ways to apply this concept as soon as possible. In fact, it is more than a mere pillar of corporate responsibility. It is an ever more profitable business strategy and a driver of new emerging expertise in short and local circuits.
 
Canadian businesses with sites in Montreal such as Keurig Dr Pepper Canada and Transcontinental are breaking new ground by incorporating the circular economy concept into their business models as a tool to improve their economic and environmental performance. Government corporation RECYC-QUÉBEC acts as a catalyst by joining forces with partners and providing financial support for concrete projects to facilitate Quebec's transition to a circular economy.

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