Jacqueline (Jac) Wilson Smith (strategist, collaborator and design-led innovator and founder of Sustainable Innovation Co), chats with Megyn Carpenter (strategist, educator, communicator and President of Cleantech Industries), host of the Green Profits Podcast in this conversation series about crafting a circular economy and what that means for businesses. They talk about some of the positive changes that businesses can implement to transform their business into a sustainable one, through innovation and rethinking from the ground up. To watch a video of this podcast, head to www.megyn.com.au or follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/sustainabilityisprofitable/.
Megyn appeared as a guest speaker on the Living Smart conversation series, Crafting a Circular Economy, hosted by radio presenter Todd Widdicombe at the University of the Sunshine Coast. Alongside is Jacqueline Wilson-Smith – strategist, collaborator and design-led innovator and founder of Sustainable Innovation Co. Find out about the circular economy, cleantech solutions and Cleantech Industries Sunshine Coast, sustainability for profit and impactful innovation. Watch the full video below:
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