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Martin Tobin, CEO ERP Ireland recently spoke to a full house of Chamber Ireland members at their Sustainable Dublin 2050 breakfast event on Ireland’s transition to a circular economy, and how business can take advantage of opportunities in the space. He was joined by experts Dr Dorothy Maxwell FICRS Head of Sustainability at Brown Thomas, and Ali Sheridan Former Country Sustainability Leader, IKEA Group.

Based on his experience, Martin’s keynote on focused on EU Policy Developments; the Green Economy and the benefits and opportunities for businesses to move towards an innovative and sustainable
circular economy.

Dublin Chamber’s Vision for Dublin 2050 provides a clear set of signposts for how the city must be improved over the next 32 years, if Dublin is to become one of the best cities in the world for quality of life. Almost half of the 20,000 responses to Dublin Chamber’s 2017 Great Dublin Survey agreed that for business in 2050, being environmentally friendly will be as important as being tax compliant.

ERP would like to thank event sponsors Matheson, PINERGY, Transdev and KBC Bank and Dublin Chamber for inviting us to speak. #ConnectingDublin #Dublin2050

For more information on the circular economy please refer to our recently published white paper on this topic – Innovative And Sustainable:Transitioning Europe Towards A Circular Economy>>