ACR+ Team spent three days in Dublin for its General Assembly, and for the Circular Economy Hotspot where it held an exhibition stand. For the occasion, the team promoted TouriSME to a wide range of stakeholders.
Every year, ACR+ holds its General Assembly (GA) with its members to update them about the latest news and what is to come. This year, the association teamed up with its member, the Eastern Midlands Waste Region, to organise the GA in synergy with a major event: The 2023 Circular Economy Hotspot. As such, the team flew to Dublin for a few days. Activities started on Tuesday, where the conferences of the hotspot were in full swing. While a part of the team took part to these, another part held a stand at the exhibitions’ space, where they promoted the different projects ACR+ is involved in. The Circular Economy Hotspot is an annual event attracting diverse stakeholders in the field of circular economy, gathering hundreds of participants. On Wednesday, it was time for the team to hold its GA, using the opportunity to present its new thematic areas, and present the latest developments in projects. As part of this exercise, Ernest Kovács introduced the 50 participants, mostly public authorities, to the outcome of TouriSME.