The first annual festival for green enterprises!
Virtual event: 23 & 24 November
3.00 – 6.30pm
Physical gathering: 25th November
5.30-7.30pm at BDD
We are very pleased to announce the 1st annual EcoSwitch Festival for green enterprises organized by the EcoSwitch Coalition, a network of 17 organisations, institutions, and corporations that support eco-entrepreneurs in Lebanon!
Why this Festival?
The EcoSwitch Coalition has been formed in 2020 to strengthen the support to Green Entrepreneurs in the country, with the aim of collectively empowering eco-entrepreneurs to develop innovative ideas, establish themselves, and thrive in the long-term.
The idea of this Festival is to introduce sustainable entrepreneurs in Lebanon to the EcoSwitch Coalition; highlight how we are supporting them or could support them; link them to Partners and Experts; inspire them; transfer knowledge useful for enterprises –in particular during these times of high uncertainty—; provide a space for networking with like-minded eco-oriented entrepreneurs… and hopefully have a bit of fun too along the way!
Welcome to all our green entrepreneurs!
02:30pm: Online registrations start!
03:00pm: Key Note Speech
Founder & President of “Fondation Diane“
Diana Fadel is the Founder and President of “Fondation Diane”, a non-governmental organization (NGO) for the development of “Civic Awareness and Eco-Sustainable Development”.
In 1965, Diana started her philosophy studies at “École des Lettres” in Beirut.
In 1967, she married with the late Maurice Fadel and has 4 children.
In 1972, Diana co-founded with her husband, ABC department stores, and they made out of it the first shopping center in Lebanon, where she managed it for decades beside her husband, even from abroad during the civil war.
During the Lebanese civil war in 1975, she moved to Paris with her family and in 1986 at the age of 40, she continued her studies in Philosophy at “Paris X” in Nanterre until she graduated in 1988.
In 1992, Diana came back to Lebanon. She, then, founded the “Monuments en Musique” NGO, which aims at preserving and saving important and often abandoned Lebanese heritage and iconic sites.
In 2010, she was diagnosed with 2 late stage cancer and fought against sickness for 3 complete years. She survived!
In 2012, she founded “Fondation Diane” as a response to the Civic and Ecological turmoil in which the country was and is still struggling. She believes that education, mobilization and action are the main pillars for a good citizenship. She creates:
• “CEEDD”; The Chair of “Fondation Diane” for Eco-citizenship and Sustainable Development in partnership with the USJ.
• “Civic Circle”; an active lobbying platform to inform and motivate citizens through gatherings and events.
• “VIRIDIS Investment Fund”; a financial and deeply operational & monitoring support to green startups and SMEs.
• “RayMondo”; the 1st Green Industrial Hub in Lebanon!
In 2020, Diana was elected as the Chairwoman and CEO of “ABC Department Stores”.
Diane believes in women empowerment, teamwork and positive spirit.
03:05pm: What is the EcoSwitch Coalition?
Learn about the EcoSwitch Coalition and its objectives
Discover the partnership’s Declaration of Commitment
Learn what has been accomplished so far
03:30pm: World Café with Partners
Speed Dating with the Coalition’s Partners in breakout rooms
Meet the 4 Partners of your choice!
Choose ahead of time the Partners you’d like to meet, click on this link
04:15pm: Virtual Coffee Break
04:30pm: Inspiring Interventions from four successful Green Entrepreneurs
Learn about their journey, success stories, struggles, and more 🙂
Batoul is a green-chemist, environmentalist, and advocate of everything-sustainable. She is passionate about designing green products and processes that reduce the generation and use of hazardous substances through sustainable, resource-efficient and innovative design molecules, materials and processes. Driven by this goal, she has founded Savvy Element, an ecological brand and manufacturing company for self and home-care products that are both green and environmentally sustainable.
Batoul has previously worked on research projects focused on waste-to-energy processes, biomass and biogas, as well as green-solvents. She holds an MSc in Chemistry and an MSc in Economics & Management; She is currently pursuing a graduate diploma in Green Technologies at the American University of Beirut.
Marc Aoun, Chief Executive Officer: Marc Aoun is an environmental scientist who graduated from the University of Utah in the USA and following that worked in the water development department at UN-ESCWA. Marc also gained invaluable knowledge in the field as he worked with national private consulting firms on quantifying pollution sources for surface water in Lebanon and solid waste management projects in Lebanon. In 2017, Marc became the Co-Founder/General Manager of Compost Baladi SAL; a company that provides waste management solutions for residential, commercial and municipal establishments. In addition to that Marc is also the Founder/General Manager of CubeX since 2019; a home scale wastewater and solid waste treatment system that allows households to process all of their organic waste on site effortlessly and recover useful resources out of them. Throughout his academic and professional career in sustainable agricultural practices, Marc has gained invaluable field experiences and has worked and trained in controlled environment agriculture, recirculating watering systems and zero-waste projects. Also, through a study experience in Central America, Marc explored and accomplished a wide expertise in sustainable land, water, waste and energy management methods.
Vanessa Zuabi is the CEO and Co-Founder of Mint Basil Market, a platform dedicated to making healthy living easy and accessible. Her passion for health and wellness was born out of her own personal journey overcoming an auto-immune condition. Prior to launching Mint Basil Market, Vanessa was the Founder of JSR Impact, a consultancy specializing in business and partnership development for impact investment, philanthropy and corporate social responsibility. Her previous clients include HSBC, Clinton Foundation, The Aspen Institute, the Middle East Investment Initiative, and Icco Investments. She previously worked for the Aspen Institute as Associate Director of Middle East Programs, specializing in public private partnership to advance economic and entrepreneurship policy initiatives in the MENA region. She is a graduate of Georgetown’s Masters of Science in Foreign Service (MSFS) and has publications featured in Foreign Policy, Huffington Post, and the Georgetown Journal of International Affairs.
Ralph Sbeih Co-founder at Plastc Lab, along the 4 business ventures he co-started, Ralph previously worked as a civil engineer in his own established construction firm. Today, he is still working as a freelance civil engineer and is doing his masters in environmental and infrastructure planning at the University of Groningen that focuses on governance, sustainability and making urban areas climate resilient.
Using his engineering background, as a problem solver, and his masters, specifically in the solid waste management, Ralph is mainly handling the networking and governance part of the company.
05:50pm: Virtual Coffee Break
06:00pm: Online Networking by Sector
Meet & Greet and network with like-minded green entrepreneurs from all over Lebanon!
Select your breakout room from one of the following sectors:
Clean Water & Water Conservation
Clean Wastewater & Sanitation
Regenerative Agriculture & Healthy Food
Eco Fashion & Sustainable Textile
Green Buildings & Construction Materials
Waste Management, Recycling, Composting
Sustainable Energy, Transport, & Infrastructure
Sustainable Services, Education, & Eco-Tourism
Other Sustainable/Eco/Organic Products
06:30pm: End of Day 1
02:30pm: Online registrations start!
03:00pm: The EcoSwitch Coalition Platform
Highlights of the new EcoSwitch Coalition website
03:15pm: Expert Panel Sessions – Round 1!
Choose between the following two Parallel Sessions:
Local Sourcing & Local Manufacturing
Export & Access to International Markets
Tania is a consultant, researcher and trainer at Beyond Group. She brings more than ten years of experience in the fields of organizational development, change management, and policy research, working with public institutions and international organizations.
Tania has worked on local and international initiatives related to community engagement, social innovation, social entrepreneurship, and green entrepreneurship, focusing on the inclusion of youth, women, and marginalized communities.
She has also worked with governments on the formalization of the social entrepreneurship sector by developing policy frameworks that incentivize the adoption of impact-driven business models.
Cynthia Haddad Abou Khater
Cynthia Haddad Abou Khater is a shareholder at Technica International, the family owned business, and is currently the Strategy Manager.
She has set the company strategy with the management team and is now working on the strategy execution.
Cynthia is also working with her family members on having a smooth succession from the G1 to G2 and developing a family & corporate governance. She is also part of the Family business network Levant chapter.
In 2015 she was a consultant to the board of the Lebanese League for Woman in Business (LLWB), in 2017 she was elected as a board member, in March 2020 was re-elected as the president and now is the actual VP.
She has a BA in Advertising and Marketing from NDU, and an executive MBA from INSEAD.
Cynthia is married with 3 kids, loves to dance and to travel around the world.
Green Industrial Hub
Nancy holds a PhD in Environmental Management from Hautes Ecoles Sorbonne Arts et Métiers Université, and MBA in International Business Research from Montreal University. With over 15 years of experience in the industrial field, mainly in paper, cardboard and plastics manufacturing and recycling.
Nancy is an expert in developing and implementing integrated quality, environmental and food safety management systems. Also, has a vast experience in project management and in training and coaching “green” entrepreneurs.
George Kassab is the Managing Director of Modern Advanced Polymers (MAP) and Tirevolution. He was born and raised in the rubber industry of his family business, in which he helped implementing a no-waste policy by recycling the industrial rubber scrap and contributed in launching TiRevolution, a Tire Recycling project.
TiRevolution is a project aiming to reducing the environmental problem of used dumped tires and other rubber scrap by reverse engineering them into a raw material state, selling the raw material or/and using the raw material to produce useful commercial Green Products. The project focuses not only on recycling tires but also on doing so with the least possible carbon footprint by using innovative in-house designs of machinery, with a combination of long acquired know-how of the MAP team in the rubber production and recycling industry.
Pierre Baaklini is an environmental activist who is also the founder and CEO of Lebanon Waste Management. It all started with a single initiative using his own car, collecting recyclables and treating them. Then on July 2019 this initiative grew into an operating facility that treats dry solid waste, and now after 2 years this facility is made of a family of 16 members, fully equipped, treating 100 tons of recyclables/ month. He is also the brain behind RE-TILES, the recyclables tiles and bricks made of unrecyclable waste such as colored glass, face masks, and the disposable cutlery. Pierre along his company entered and won a competition with the GIMED program for this idea.
Andre Hajjar is the Co-founder and CEO of Hajjar Foods SAL; a new venture leading the goat dairy industry in Lebanon and the Middle East under the Brand name “GO Baladi”.
Andre has more than 14 years’ experience in the high-tech industry. He served earlier as regional sales manager for the Middle East region with an American Corporate. In 2015, he co-founded “GO Baladi” along with his father and sister – 2 passionate food engineers – with the objective of delivering the best nutrition to the younger generations, using pasture raised goats’ milk, working with shepherds in the Lebanese mountains, in a sustainable ecosystem. Andre is completing his executive MBA at INSEAD business school in France. He graduated in 2006 with an Electrical Engineering Degree from the Lebanese University in Beirut majoring in Industrial Computing and Electronics.
Antoine is an International Business, Management & Development Consultant with 15 years of experience in supporting international organizations & private sector companies develop their strategies, manage their projects programs, develop proposals & studies, access funding, grow their portfolio and build the capacity of their teams partners.
Antoine has trained, coached and mentored more than 500 entrepreneurs in Lebanon and the MENA region.
His approach is very much appreciated by his trainees and coachees, as he’s able to explain complex concepts in very simple ways.
HeerdJan Hoogeveen worked in (international) telecommunications and health care, in management and strategy roles. In 2014, Heerd Jan joined the Economic Board Utrecht as programme director for the service innovation domain. In this role, he was responsible for stimulating the innovation climate in Utrecht Region in the Netherlands. He was involved in various initiatives in areas such as smart mobility, open data and health care innovation, and is co-author on a book on ethical standards in smart cities. Being involved in startups from 2008 onwards, he co-founded StartupUtrecht, a public-private collaboration to support startups and scale-ups from Utrecht Region. In 2020, he co-founded Branch Unlimited, an out-of-the-ordinary consultancy firm that aims to support companies in scaling up to the Netherlands and Europe. Next to his daily work Heerd Jan was active as member of the local council and leader of the local branch of the Dutch Democratic Party, focusing on economic development and sustainability.
Hill Skaff is a food production and business development professional with more than 15 years of experience in long-term positions and in short-term consultancies. Her experience includes six years of progressive leadership on the USAID-funded, DAI-implemented Lebanon Industry Value Chain Development (LIVCD) project, strengthening the agriculture and agro-processing sectors and supporting Lebanese products to become more competitive in both domestic and international markets. She provided direct technical assistance to value chain actors to upgrade and implement activities and ensure all were meeting the appropriate targets. For the past couple years, Ms. Semaan has been a short-term consultant both inside and outside of Lebanon, including in Egypt, Tunisia, Afghanistan and Tajikistan, for programs funded by USAID and UNDP, among others. These experiences further honed Ms. Semaan’s strong product development, processing improvements and business development skills, allowing her to prepare and conduct trainings on the subjects, execute assessments on processing and manufacturing facilities and their effectiveness, and provide direct technical support to Lebanese food processing facilities working to penetrate both local and international markets. In addition, Mrs. Semaan has successfully penetrated 40 new products to the US market alone in 2019-2021.
Saiid Saber is the Founder and General Manager of Saber Middle East, a Lead Consultant and Trainer, as well as adjunct faculty at the Olayan School of Business (American University of Beirut). His aim is to make a difference in the organizations by helping them discover the rewards of Value Chain Management and what they entail. He brings along his 23 years of international experience in Operational consulting with work missions extended over numerous countries including USA, Brazil, Lebanon, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Kuwait, and Qatar. His consulting assignments expose him to several of the largest corporations in the region in addition to his training experience of more than 3,500 professionals from over 150 companies across 12 different countries. Additionally, his accomplishments earned him several international awards including Young Arab Business Leader for 2008, and the Rotary Young Professionals Exchange award in 2011.
Soumaya Merhi is a Lebanese entrepreneur that founded TAQA snacks, a pioneer in producing GMO-free and vegan healthy snacks. She returned to Lebanon from Montreal in 2013 shortly after completing a BA and a graduate diploma in business administration from Concordia University. Today TAQA is a leading brand in the Food and Beverage industry in Lebanon and is distributed across Lebanon and the Middle East.
Marc joined and cofounded the new company behind WASTE STUDIO, bringing together designers and artisan tailors in a collaborative environment, where they create and manufacture bags, accessories and furniture out of advertising banners. Marc’s background in geo-environmental consulting & management, plus his passion for sustainable growth, constantly shape his decisions in building the new brand business.
04:05pm: Virtual Coffee Break
04:20pm: Expert Panel Sessions – Round 2!
Choose between the following two Parallel Sessions:
Pricing Products in Times of Crisis
Access to Investment: Current Outlook – Donors & Investors
Stephanie has launched her career in Hospitality Management for a few years in several countries.
Caring for environmental justice and social causes since her younger age, she switched to the world of social enterprises and NGOs as a volunteer, then as freelance project coordinator and coach. She is now working in project management as well as in coaching green and social entrepreneurs.
Ounsi EL Daif
Ounsi EL Daif Owner and general manager of Eedama, Ounsi is a Physicist who completed his PhD in Switzerland in the field of light-matter interaction at the EPFL-Lausanne. He then went into research and development activities on nanotechnology for solar photovoltaic (PV) energy at IMEC in Belgium.
More recently he worked on the establishment of a silicon–photovoltaics research lab for Qatar Foundation and is an active University lecturer at Paris-Sorbonne University, Abu Dhabi and the American University of Beirut in Solar Energy and Physics. He has authored and co-authored more than 30 publications in scientific peer-reviewed journals, and 10 in broad audience media; the list can be found here. He cofounded the Belgian Non-Profit L’Heliopole and has been doing broad audience communication about energy and the environment since 2009. During all his research career, he was always keen on establishing a teaching and an outreach approach to science and physics. With this in mind, he was able to develop original teaching material related to solar photovoltaic energy, from science and technology to markets and policies (as a part time lecturer at the University of Namur (Belgium) and CentraleSupelec (France) in addition to initiating and running several outreach activities in festivals, global conferences, workshops and symposiums (at AUB for instance). Since 2015, he has dedicated most of his time to the company, developing tailored training material and activities in the field of environmental policies and awareness, for schools, universities and corporates. He cofounded the Lebanese NGO Jibal in 2017, and is a member of the the Board of Lebanon Support NGO and of the Global Advisory Panel of the Science and Innovation Park of the UAE University.
Rola Nasrallah, Experienced Manager with a demonstrated history of working in the
government administration industry and projects development and implementation. She is the head of Quality department at the Ministry of Economy and Trade Beirut, Lebanon. Her job gave her the oppurtunity to develop and implement multilateral projects such as strengthening quality infrastructure in Lebanon and export enhancement. She has developed a good knowledge about trade, trade agreements, enhancing exports, strengthening the legislative and institutional quality infrastructure in Lebanon, which in turn promote industry and trade and support economic growth in Lebanon as well as better
access to trade information. She is currently implementing the export digital platform LEBTRADE as a one stop shop for the Lebanese exporters. She is also implementing the trade facilitation and the export strategy activities at the ministry. She worked with many laboratories in the scope of ISO
17025 and with many agro industries in the scope of ISO 22000 and ISO 2005. She supported the development of metrology law and its implementing decrees. She also worked on the development of the Lebanese Quality management model based on the European Quality Management Model. After receiving her degree from the American University of Beirut, Nasrallah went on to receive her Master of Sciences in environmental sciences from the same university as well as a master certification in Global Mental Health from Harvard University. She has many publications and research in air pollution, solid waste management, occupational health, toxicology and community perception of environmental problems.
Roula Nasrallah trained in a variety of quality management and working government in difficult conditions. In addition to her role at the Ministry of Economy and Trade Nasrallah is the focal point at the National Commission for Lebanese Women, the Mashreq Gender Facility and the trade focal point at the COMCEC (The Standing Committee for Economic and Commercial Cooperation of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation) She did volunteer works during many local crisis such as : Grape of Wrath in1996, 2006 War, supporting Syrian displaced in 2011 as part of my Harvard Program and recently designing questionnaire for assessing families in need as well families capable of supporting those in needs during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rafa Hojeij is a scientist/Entrepreneur, Founder of Potion Kitchen, Lebanon’s first 100% clean beauty brand.
I am an industrial chemist and clean beauty innovator, with 10 years’ experience in top management and R&D formulation for FMCG, a Master’s degree in industrial technology and a diploma in organic skin care formulation.
Passionate about moving the beauty and wellness industry forward towards a cleaner and more sustainable future, I’ve launched Potion Kitchen to fulfill my lifelong desire to invent a cosmetics label that aims to democratize sustainable self-care products.
Potion Kitchen is a clean beauty brand devoted to creating conscious self-care products that help individuals feel good in their skin. Born in Beirut, Potion Kitchen aims to encourage self-love & healthy living as well as mental well-being and inclusivity.
Our aim is to break the exclusivity of plant-based cosmetics, hence our all-natural safe cosmetics are made without synthetic fragrances, artificial colors, Petrolatum, mineral oils, Sulphates, Parabens, Silicones and animal testing.
As a clean beauty advocate, we are concerned about toxic standards as much as we are concerned about toxic ingredients. We believe that the physical and mental harm caused by common beauty standards is equally important to ingredient’s safety.
Raymond Boustani Hello CCI entrepreneurs, my name is Raymond Boustany,
I am a 29yo architect at Dar Al Handasah that is very passionate about solving problems.
I am also one of the Founders of Froz.me, an online marketplace for eco-friendly products in Lebanon.
I manage all operations from onboarding new vendors, delivery, warehousing up to manufacturing the Froz Pads.
Janek is one of cewas’ senior project managers and trainers with a geographical focus on the Middle East and East Africa. As a business coach and entrepreneur, Janek is keenly interested in the question how social and ecological challenges can be overcome through economically sustainable initiatives. He supports innovation processes and helps enterprises to become investment ready. Janek is an environmental engineer with a post-graduate degree in international development cooperation. He has more than 15 years of work experience in business development, water governance, private sector engagement and sustainable resources management practices. Prior to joining the cewas team, Janek founded an online start-up focusing on making high quality professional trainings affordable and accessible for everybody and worked for a range of international organizations. Since 2014 Janek is a guest lecturer at the Centre for Rural Development (Humboldt Universität Berlin) with a focus on strategies and instruments for sustainable economic development and good governance.
Constantin Salameh has a 35-years track record in funding and transforming corporations and MSMEs across the world as the CEO of HP Financial Services in EMEA and Asia Pacific (1984-2003) and as the CEO of global investment groups such as AMS Group and Al-Ghurair Investments (2004-2014).
He joined Stanford’s Graduate School of Business SEED Program in 2015 and provides advisory and funding services to Stanford SEED social SMEs in both East and West Africa.
Constantin is a Board & Investment Advisor with Berytech, the Yaro PE Fund, the Debbane Agri Group and the Naho Medical Group while providing financial and management advisory services to several companies in Europe, the Middle East & Africa (EMEA) regions.
He holds engineering degrees from King’s College London & MIT, and an MBA from Stanford’s Graduate School of Business. He is an investor and board director of 10 companies and foundations in the EMEA region including the Happy Childhood Foundation, Ashesi University and Bedayati.
Tracy El Achkar
Tracy El Achkar is an impact-oriented manager with five years of experience in the green economy, sustainable finance, and sustainable development industry. Tracy has a proven track record in implementing sustainable projects with different stakeholders (Government, international organizations, SMEs, start-ups, and NGOs) in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) and facilitating capacity-building activities for private sectors about environmental and social risks assessment, green and circular economy. Tracy worked with different institutions, United Nations Environment Programme – Finance Initiative, Fondation Diane – Green Investment Fund in Lebanon, and arcenciel (Lebanese NGO), to empower the budding green economy sector in the MENA region.
Tracy holds an MBA in international organizations from the University of Geneva, Switzerland, and a master’s degree in environmental management from Saint-joseph University (USJ) – Beirut.
Maurice Mouawad A top tier business leader, excellent strategic & operational leadership experience in business management at global level with cumulative expertise cutting across business verticals. Maurice brings assortment of experience in business development and project management in the private sector mainly in the MSME ecosystem, managing the organizational and commercial interests in the Middle East and Levant markets.
Maurice’s interest in the recent years has been focused on helping entrepreneurs in their scaling journey and investment readiness, helping them in developing a viable business model and escorts them through coaching and training. He carries a generalized business advisory profile, 360 degree rounder that can provide swift results and align business requirements with strategic objectives. As cross-functional expert, leading intricate projects from initiation into closure while engaging in fieldwork with multivariate technically skilled teams. Holder of several diplomas in sciences and management on top of being certified in project management, management consultancy, quality management, carbon emissions, water management and food safety. Maurice has been focusing during the past few years on the digital transformation paradigm as an imperative for economic growth.
An entrepreneur by instinct, a social vibrant advocating economic impact and sustainability, enjoys identifying and developing business opportunities professionally while collaborating and stakeholders’ matchmaking, building bonds and raising awareness on opportunities that can generate spillover effect.
Marc-Antoine Bou Nassif
Marc-Antoine Bou Nassif started his career as an architect in design offices like Zaha Hadid in London and Bernard Khoury in Beirut.
Marc-Antoine founded L’Atelier Du Miel in 2013 and focused his design skills on business, specifically in product and business model innovation.
Marc-Antoine is today the CEO of L’Atelier Du Miel where he has matured his agile management practices.
Omar’s journey in entrepreneurship started at a young age when as a high school student he started his own waste management student company with friends called Visio. It was then that he discovered the importance and efficiency of social enterprises and the power of youth and civic engagement, capable of solving social and environmental problems. Itani is the winner of numerous competitions including the prestigious Global Social Venture Competition (GSVC) in 2018 which helped develop FabricAID into the scale and shape it occupies today. He won the Denis Pietton Award by the French Institute in 2018 as the most distinguished young social entrepreneur from the Arab World and was awarded Young Champion of the Earth for West Asia in 2019 by the United Nations for his work in fabric waste reduction – the highest award given by the UN for individuals under the age of 30. Business savvy and social by nature, Itani has succeeded in growing FabricAID from a seed idea into a full-blown company, putting his problem-solving skills to good use. Previously, Omar Itani studied industrial engineering and engineering management at the Beirut Arab University with a minor in economics. He represented Lebanon at Georgetown University in the United States in an intensive exchange program funded by the US Department of State. He also worked as a Researcher at ARA Research and Consultancy in 2016 and as a Development Manager with ISIC Lebanon from 2013 until 2017 alongside his university studies.
05:10pm: Virtual Coffee Break
05:20pm: Panels Recap with Moderators & Experts
05:45pm: Speed Dating between Eco-Entrepreneurs 🙂
Randomly Meet & Greet and get to know support partners and other sustainable entrepreneurs across Lebanon in various fields and different phases in their entrepreneurial journey.
Navigate from one group to another to speed date!
06:25pm: End of Day 2… but feel free to keep chatting online!
Networking day – Physical gathering at BDD
5:30pm: Introductory & Welcome Notes from SCP/RAC (SwitchMed representatives), Fondation Diane, and the EcoSwitch Coalition partners
5:45pm: Short Animated Activity with all attendees as an Ice Breaker
6:00pm: Speed Dating to get to meet other sustainable entrepreneurs and EcoSwitch Coalition Partners
6:30pm: Nibbles & Drinks
6:45pm: Free Networking time
7:30pm: End of Gathering