Webinar: Digital Circular Economy - How Software Can Accelerate the Transition to the Circular Economy & Create Sustainability Leadership

Presented by Verdantix and iPoint

 

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Sustainability is good for business. This is evidenced by an ever-growing body of research, Wall Street reports, and the financial performance of companies. As a result, more and more companies are moving beyond mandatory compliance with regulatory requirements to a long-term sustainability strategy completely embedded into their culture and everyday operations.

In this webinar, Steve Bolton, Research Director at Verdantix, and Joerg Walden, CEO of iPoint, will discuss how technology and automated data management processes can be leveraged to accompany firms on their journey from product compliance to sustainability, enable companies to create longer-term sustainability roadmaps, and accelerate the transition to a circular economy. 

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About the speakers

  • Steve Bolton is the EHS Research Director at Verdantix, based in the company’s New York office. He has 25 years of experience advising various industries on environment, health and safety, sustainability, the circular economy, natural capital, and corporate social responsibility. Steve has served as a subject matter expert and consultant to Fortune 500 companies, SMEs and start-ups, public agencies, higher education institutions, and nonprofit organizations.

  • Joerg Walden is CEO and founder of iPoint-systems, a leading provider of software and consulting for sustainable products, value chains, and brands. He draws on 30 years of technology industry leadership, software development expertise, and executive management experience. Since its founding in 2001 as a small automotive-focused company, Joerg has transformed iPoint into a multinational, globally operating market leader with a clientele of tens of thousands of companies from various industry sectors. Joerg holds a civil engineering degree in automation from Reutlingen University.