The MODOS circular economy training programme for micro and SME enterprises is suitable for all businesses but is particularly relevant for those from the following sectors: construction and the built environment, food, retail, manufacturing, textiles and fashion, electronics, plastics, and packaging.
What is the circular economy?
Our current economic model is based on a linear ‘take-make-waste’ approach, which is costly for businesses and bad for the environment. By contrast, a circular economy is efficient and environmentally sustainable. In a circular economy, products, components and materials are kept in use for as long as possible. Supply and production chains operate in ‘closed-loops’ making them less wasteful and more resilient. New business models based around leasing, re-manufacturing, recycling, and up-cycling become possible, saving businesses money and reducing environmental impacts.
Adopting circular economy principles can help business:
- Save money, reduce waste, and increase resilience
- Boost competitive advantage and brand reputation
- Unlock new business opportunities that also help the environment
Who is this training programme suitable for?
MODOS is suitable for all businesses but is particularly relevant for those from the following sectors: construction and the built environment, food, retail, manufacturing, textiles and fashion, electronics, plastics, and packaging.
Dublin MODOS Programme Schedule
The dates and times of the MODOS Training for D8 Businesses programme are currently being finalised.
A nominal fee will be charged for each module to ensure participants value the training and to go towards the cost of running the programme. The cost is €75 for all 4 modules, payable when businesses book their place.
How to Apply
Application details will be posted soon.
Here are some of the Questions & Answers on the programme.
For any other enquiries or questions about the MODOS Dublin 8 programme, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org