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Implementation of Reusable Packaging Models: Lessons Learned from the Field
In light of growing regulatory pressures in the U.S., including single-use plastic bans in California, New York, and Hawaii, increasing eco-consciousness among consumers, and groundbreaking technological developments, the business case for reuse models is growing rapidly. In this webinar, Kate Daly, Managing Director at Closed Loop Partners, draws on the firm’s experience as an early champion of reuse models through its investments, pilots, tests, convenings and research to share the six key steps to implementing these models on the ground.

What You’ll Learn:
• The lay of the land for reuse models in North America, including notable policy shifts, pioneering innovators and the enabling technologies needed to amplify impact, illustrated by case studies from Closed Loop Partners’ NextGen Consortium, Beyond the Bag Initiative and Closed Loop Ventures Group
• The nuts and bolts of what it takes to get reusable packaging off the ground, including selecting the perfect spot, choosing the right payment models, measuring impact, optimizing for health and safety, choosing materials built to last, and collaborating with diverse stakeholders.
• What steps are needed to collectively accelerate the reuse models, moving from piloting and experimentation to implementation in global supply chains

May 6, 2021 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Kate Daly
Managing Director, Center for the Circular Economy @Closed Loop Partners
Prior to joining Closed Loop Partners, Kate served in New York City government for more than a decade, most recently as Senior Vice President at the NYC Economic Development Corporation. At NYCEDC Kate led a team launching innovative business development programs to foster the growth of entrepreneurship, strengthen New York City’s anchor and emerging industries and create new jobs. She managed a portfolio across sectors including smart cities, healthcare, cleantech, fashion, tech, media and advanced manufacturing. Kate previously served as the Executive Director of the NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission.