[ Skip to Content ]
The fully-funded Clean Growth Innovation Community (CGIC) programme will support private sector businesses and third sector organisations to develop innovation and Circular Economy (CE) capabilities and clean growth plans innovation plans, within a network of like-minded people from across the Vale of Glamorgan. This program is fully funded by the UK Government through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund.
We’re bringing businesses together from local authorities such as Vale of Glamorgan, Caerphilly, Swansea and Neath Port Talbot, to collaboratively develop their circular economy understanding and innovation plans to support clean growth and contribute to Welsh Government’s ‘Net Zero Wales’ ambitions.
You’ll join people from a variety of organisations and participate in a programme of interactive, output focused workshops. You will learn innovation methods and tools that can enhance productivity, increase customer satisfaction and deliver Circular Economy benefits. You’ll be supported to develop innovation plans that can be implemented and signposted to innovation funding. The programme is designed for people who can influence service and product development.
The 6-month programme will include
· Monthly workshops to develop innovation skills and build strong networks to support innovation plan development.
· R&D support from WRAP Cymru and University staff.
· Enhanced innovation knowledge & skills
· Circular Economy knowledge development
· Clean Growth Plan/net Zero plan
· Innovation Plan
· Innovation Network membership
We reserve the right to cancel or amend the timings of these events at any point up to the stated start time of the event.
Delegates may also cancel their booking at any time by following the link in their confirmation email.
Delegates are responsible for ensuring that they can access the venue or web site where the event is hosted and for any charges incurred during attendance at the event.
The delegate acknowledges that CEIC provides delegates with the knowledge around circular economy, foundational economy, and the design-thinking process, however, it is the responsibility of each delegate to employ these skills and tools for the betterment of their business. CEIC accepts no responsibility whatsoever for the subsequent use of the taught skills and tools as a result of their participation in CEIC events or programmes and shall not be liable for any loss or damage arising to the delegate, their sponsoring organisation or any third parties howsoever that loss or damage arises.
No variation to these conditions shall be binding unless agreed in writing between the authorised representatives of the event organiser and the delegate and/or their sponsoring organisation. The delegate and their sponsoring organisation acknowledge that these terms and conditions supersede any written or verbal communication.