April 7: Future Lab for Sustainable Product Development in Vienna

iPoint presentation on the EU Conflict Minerals Regulation

“Which raw materials will we be working with in 2025? From where and how can we source raw materials in a socially and ecologically responsible way? How can we use less energy and materials to get competitively viable products? How can we create sustainable and reliable supplier relations?”

On April 7th, the Future Lab for Sustainable Product Development is dealing with these and other questions. Together with Dr. Andrej Šupák from Johnson Controls, Andreas Schiffleitner, Director of the Austrian iPoint subsidiary KERP, is presenting on the challenges and obstacles concerning companies’ compliance with the upcoming EU Conflict Minerals Directive.

For further information and registration, visit the German event site at eventmaker.at/zukunftslabor