On the 26th of October 2022, Sustainable Inclusive Business(SIB-K), a
2022 is underlining collective global, regional and national efforts in the transition to a circular economy. This year’s conference aims to provide an understanding of key ingredients in a successful ROADMAP to a circular economy, as well as to highlight the challenges, trends, and opportunities in Southern and East Africa to transition to a circular economy.
Shelter Afrique Building, 5th Floor
Phone: +254 716 301 817
Creating a new system will require a change of mindset and transformation of businesses and communities. Sustainable Inclusive Business in partnership with TheRockGroup, the European Union, the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA) is supporting exactly that.
We motivate people; organizations and businesses to rethink and reconnect.
We educate, raise awareness, structure change and measure impact, facilitate dialogue and partnerships, provide business support and tackle urgent issues with a multi-stakeholder approach.
A new system should transform into a new culture, as today we are not seeking a new economy – but a new way of working, living, and thriving together.
The Conference will be a stage where we give you a preview of and insights on key Circular Economy drivers. Big news and inspiring examples.
"Circular economy won't just happen; it will wait till everyone takes individual and corporate responsibility and it requires intention and design. It requires new values and system Change for all."
The European Union and Kenya have a long-standing partnership – covering Political, Development, Economic and Security Cooperation. The European Union and its Member States, acting jointly as Team Europe …
Sustainable Inclusive Business – Kenya (SIB-K) is a neutral initiative established through a fruitful partnership between the Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA) Foundation and the Embassy of the Kingdom of Netherlands in Kenya.
TheRockGroup (TRG) is an ambitious agency driving the transition towards a sustainable economy and society. We believe that fair and sustainable business can and should accelerate this transition.
IUCN is a membership Union of government and civil society organizations. Together, we work to advance sustainable development and create a just world that values and conserves nature.
KEPSA is the apex organization of the private sector in Kenya. It brings together local and foreign business associations, chambers of commerce, professional bodies, corporates from multinational companies
Tambuzi: Climate change poses an existential threat to businesses around the globe. Every organization large and small must take up the challenge to measure, reduce and contribute towards their individual impact. Tambuzi was the first flower farm in the world to sign up to the UN Climate Neutral Now program in 2019 and has since been joined by 20 other companies in Kenya.
Greenthing is a Kenyan brand that provides eco-friendly and toxin-free products as conversation starters on climate change and how we can collectively live more sustainably. It was started by a Kenyan journalist and sustainability Youtuber who wanted to use every day home essentials to make sustainability more relatable.