the supply chain
of reuse

This virtual event is designed for businesses that want to transition from a linear to a circular model, where resources are kept in use for as long as possible and waste is minimized. You will learn about the benefits of adopting reuse practices in your supply chain, such as reducing costs, increasing efficiencies/cutting lead time, enhancing customer loyalty, and improving environmental performance. You will also hear experts share challenges and success stories from implementing reuse initiatives in various sectors, such as fashion, food, and electronics. Join us and discover how you can make your business more circular and sustainable.
Join us for an engaging and informative virtual event on the supply chain of reuse!

The event will be a fast paced collection of featured guest speakers who will share their stories and insights on how reuse operations are different from linear ones. 

Register for access to an event recap document, and event recording.

You will learn:

  • What reuse means and why it matters for sustainability and profitability
  • How to design and manage a reuse supply chain for internal and external customers
  • What are some best practices and success stories of reuse models around the world

Meet the Speakers 

The format for this event will be a series of short, 7-minute "burst" presentations. Moderated by Gerald Jackson.

Tandi Tuakli

Head of Revivo
Circular Platform

Siva Balakrishnan 

GM, Lifesciences
GE HealthCare

Simon Dunn 

Repair Networks

Sushma Kittali-Weidner

Head of Product
This event is generously sponsored by Rheaply.

Operationalizing reuse



The benefits and challenges of sourcing for reuse

Sourcing leaders can find and procure finished goods and components for repair, rather than raw materials, especially when it comes to the furniture, fixtures, and equipment within a workplace. This helps with issues like quality and reliability, the cost savings and revenue opportunities, and the environmental impacts of sourcing.


Operations Strategy

Circular supply chains and the push for reuse

Reuse operations are part of a broader circular supply chain approach that aims to eliminate the idea of waste and build a continual use of resources. There are benefits and challenges of transitioning from a linear to a circular model, and stakeholders such as consumers, policy makers, and NGOs all play a role in supporting this transformation.


Market Trends

Opportunities to take leverage regulatory pressure 

Reuse operations are evolving and adapting to changing customer needs and expectations, market dynamics, and environmental pressures. There are emerging trends and opportunities for reuse, such as new materials, technologies, regulations, and collaborations.



The role of technology and innovation in enabling reuse practices

Digital tools and platforms can facilitate reuse operations, such as tracking, tracing, and managing reusable assets, connecting supply and demand throughout the value chain, and creating insights from data. Innovative solutions and business models can leverage technology for reuse.
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