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#TBNSCM: Supply Chain & the Circular Economy


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If current trends hold, between 2015 and 2050 the world’s population is expected to increase by about a third, to roughly 10 billion people. While .. Read more this rapid increase in the world’s population is occurring, global supply chains face some big challenges. Today’s industrial supply chains consume natural resources in unsustainable quantities and generate chemical waste that damages the environment. This damage — coupled with the increase in the frequency of severe weather events — causes large-scale disruptions to local and global supply chains. (Source: The World is a Supply Chain by Refashiond) What's the solution? Join us as we discuss Supply Chain & the Circular Economy. Join our community on Meetup to get the first updates on our November speakers and #FutureofSupplyChain startups. Supply chain startups throughout Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Tennessee, and NW Arkansas are invited to apply for the virtual expo and to pitch here by 11:59 p.m. ET on Sunday, October 25th. Spots are limited and filled on a rolling basis starting on Monday, October 5th. Apply early. Questions? Email us at [email protected]

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