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Circular Economy Finance Venture Weekend

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27 September to 28 September 2019

Learn how to integrate a Systems Thinking approach to support the Circular Economy Model in Sustainable Investment analysis.

Cambridge Judge Business School Circular Economy Centre and the Institute for Manufacturing (IfM) Resilience and Sustainable Development Programme would like to welcome you to a Venture Weekend on Circular Economy Finance.

What you will learn:

The Venture Weekend aims to provide candidates with a detailed understanding of circular economy models and their place in sustainability and in finance. We will also illustrate the role of systems thinking in ESG factors analysis. Targeted at investment professionals, the course aims to build the skills necessary to identify new value drivers in financial analysis and apply practical tools to modelling and decision making.

Who you will meet:

A group of University of Cambridge experts are bringing their tools, techniques and training modules for this weekend to teach systems thinking, industrial sustainability, circular economy, sustainable development and sustainable investment. Prof Khaled Soufani and Dr Martin Geissdoerfer of the Circular Economy Centre, Prof Steve Evans of the IfM and Dr Nazia Mintz-Habib of the Resilience and Sustainable Development Programme (RSDP) will introduce you to Circular Economy principles and their application to sustainable finance.

Earlybird rates are available and registration for this event closes on 22 September 2019.

https://www.jbs.cam.ac.uk/faculty-research/centres/circular-economy/events-and-resources/

This talk is part of the Cambridge Judge Business School series.

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