GreenTech – the road to a circular economy

A Greentech company is one that has a positive environmental impact at its core.

The dynamics of development, creativity and innovation in the sector of ‘green technologies’ in the last two decades is comparable only to the meaning of ‘information technology’ itself. An additional impetus to engage with and learn about this area arrives with the rapid arrival of digital technologies and possibilities they bring. Some of the areas of intense activity in the GreenTech sector are:

  • design and creation of products in a way that allows their reuse or complete recycling,
  • maximum reduction of waste or pollution by changing the way the product is produced or used,
  • development of alternative technologies that completely replace fossil fuels and chemical products that endanger health and the environment,
  • energy conservation by substituting fuel types, purification of air and water, and recycling of materials through circular economy processes,
  • creating economic models and economic activities based on sustainability and opening new possibilities and career opportunities for young professionals,
  • restoration of plant and animal ecosystems that are on the verge of disappearance or extinction.

Who Should Attend?

This seminar is designed as a short educational program for:

  • members of middle and senior management, and corporation board members,
  • owners and managers of micro, small and medium enterprises,
  • directors and executives in public companies and administration.
It is specially designed and aimed at representatives of the manufacturing, processing and energy industries, those from the agricultural, as well as transport and storage sectors, as well as employees from information and communication companies.

What You'll Learn?

  • 1. the possibilities of using renewable energy sources and operational savings,
  • 2. intelligent systems, the application of digitalization and artificial intelligence for the operation of smart building systems and smart cities, as well as consumer participation in the energy market,
  • 3. waste disposal and recycling through the processes of circular economy,
  • 4. the disruption of the automotive industry as a trigger for new opportunities, but also the challenges that lie ahead,
  • 5. the mechanisms for financing sustainable solutions, by which the state encourages the improvement of services and products through the application of technologies for reducing negative environmental impact.

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