Member Groups

The Circular Economy 100 brings together members from across the economy to provide unique opportunities for multi-stakeholder collaboration. Member groups include corporates, governments and cities, academic institutions, emerging innovators, small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) and affiliates.

Corporate members feature international companies with a drive for innovation, operating and excelling in a global market. The CE100 provides corporate members with an engaging pre-competitive collaboration platform and exposure to the latest circular economy developments.

Accelerating the transition to a circular economy requires the economy to change from within. Business forms a core part of any economy and within this Corporates hold the reach and scale to play an instrumental role seizing the opportunity for change.

The CE100 offers Corporate members a unique multi-stakeholder innovation programme to accelerate their transition. The programme is hosted in a pre-competitive atmosphere and is designed to advance understanding of the circular economy, build organisational capacity, and exploit networking opportunities across business, government and cities, and academic institutions. Building capacity across their organisations is a key objective for Corporate members, and programme elements such as the Executive Education course are designed to support this need.

The programme is tailored to corporates’ operational as well as executive level, providing distinctive programme elements for each. The twice-yearly CE100 Acceleration Workshops are an example of the hands-on environment provided for senior managers involving capacity building, knowledge sharing and collaboration opportunities. The CE100 Annual Summit is the programme’s event for executive levels to learn about the latest developments, hear from leading thinkers and doers, and build their network.