Training for Circular Economy in the Construction and Furniture Sectors

WCEF2019 in Helsinki, 3-5 June 2019 – The Next Era of the Circular Economy

The World Circular Economy Forum 2019 will be organised on 3-5 June 2019 at Finlandia Hall in the centre of the Finnish capital Helsinki. Finlandia Hall is a multipurpose venue and one of the most iconic buildings designed by world-renowned Finnish architect, Alvar Aalto.

The World Circular Economy Forum 2019 will build on the forums of 2017 and 2018. The WCEF 2017 identified key elements of a circular economy and showcased solutions and learnings from around the world. The WCEF 2018 painted visions of a circular future to strive towards and encouraged the world’s leading economies to set out on this path.

In the next era of the circular economy, it’s time to transform “the best kept secret” into global impact. Great solutions have been identified all over the world. We now need to scale things up.

The WCEF 2019 will have a strong emphasis on scaling up the circular economy transition. This involves growing investments into circular economy businesses, spreading and adopting new technologies and making significant regulatory changes that enable the circular economy to flourish.

The WCEF brings together business leaders, policymakers and experts to present the world’s best circular economy solutions.

The next era of the circular economy must be even more circular, but also fairer and more inclusive. The circular economy must benefit both the rich and the poor globally.

Consisting of 17 plenary and parallel sessions with keynotes speeches, thematic discussions and networking opportunities, WCEF2019 is a landmark event of the year. Approximately 2,000 participants are expected to attend the WCEF2019.

The WCEF2019 is by invitation only. If you are interested in attending the event or have other questions about the WCEF2019, send an email to

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