More and more entrepreneurs are active in the circular economy.
What are the consequences for the city and its public space when the circular economy moves from niche to mainstream? How can the public space, as a place to test or showcase products or services, be of greater value for these entrepreneurs? What are the 'no regret' investments in public space and who and what will add to its value?


These and other questions will be discussed in this expert meeting. In a second session ideas will be put into practice by testing them on the case study The New Maker Space, by Blue City 010.

Pocket Money

Time: 10.20 a.m. - 2 p.m. (registration 10 a.m.)
Location: Fenixloods II, Paul Nijghkade 19, Rotterdam
Language: Dutch
Admission fee: none, provided you can produce a valid exhibition ticket.
Participation is possible by sending an email to mail@daviddooghe.com

The expert meeting follows the project Urban Circular Economy, developed by David Dooghe en Buro Boris for the open call The Urban Metabolism, organized by the Creative Industries Fund NL.