CII’s Virtual Waste to Worth Conference to be followed by 20-day exhibition. Details here.

With the theme of ‘Moving Towards a Circular Economy Through Innovative 3R approaches’, the CII is organizing its digital Conference on Waste to Worth on November 16 and 17, 2021 in association with the Office of the Principal Scientific Advisor and the Republic of Poland as a Guest Country for the event.

The two-day conference will be followed by a 20-day exhibition. Showcasing some of the latest technological and innovative solutions in the waste management sector, the exhibition is free to attend for those who register.

There are 50 exhibitors from four countries – India, Poland, UK and Singapore (see list below). In its effort to promote start-ups, the CII is also giving an opportunity to entrepreneurs to showcase their work. Some of the companies that will be participating in the exhibition include Blue Planet, Excel Industries, MobiTrash, Organic Recycling, Ecogreen Energy Pvt Ltd, and Ramky Enviro.

Being organised virtually, the exhibition is live 24/7. During the 20-day event, visitors will have an opportunity to connect with exhibitors anytime via video call or online chat. In turn, exhibitors can also invite visitors to their booth and access visitor data analytics.

Over 50 exhibitors from 4 countries, including India, Poland, UK and Singapore, will be putting up their booths at the CII’s virtual exhibition from Nov 16 to Dec 6

There are no restrictions on the number of visitors at the booths during the event. The exhibitor will be able to see who is visiting the booth and can initiate a dialogue by starting a chat, inviting the visitor to a video call or sending him/her an email or SMS. There is also a facility to recommend connections and drop visiting cards at the booths.

To attend the CII’s Waste to Worth conference and exhibition as a delegate, you can register here for free:

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