Given that at BMW Group we treat the welfare of our partners and guests as well as of our employees with utmost seriousness, we decided to cancel this upcoming event on Saturday, 14th of March 2020.
As we deeply care about the topic sustainability and the dialogues at “FUTURE FORUM by BMW Welt: Game-Changers in Sustainability”, we are eager to find an alternative date for the event.
How can a circular economy be game-changing? Speakers from i.a. adidas, the Ellen MacArthur Foundation and the BMW Group talk about the power of design. Join us for an afternoon of ideas and discussion.
How can companies act according to the principles of a circular economy? Large companies have big responsibilities. Now the focus is on solutions. We invite you to learn about the current challenges and activities and to discuss the areas of sustainability you’re most interested in.
Speakers: Daniela Bohlinger, Head of "Sustainability in Design" BMW Group; Anne Nebendahl, adidas; Joe Iles, Ellen MacArthur Foundation; Florian Pachaly, founder of ReCup.
Afterwards, there will be an opportunity to dive even deeper into the topics in smaller dialogue rounds to discuss responsibility and opportunities in design together with design experts.
Here is an overview of our dialogue rounds with interesting BMW Group experts from the field of sustainability:
1. #circular business
2. #sustainable strategy
3. #walk the talk sustainability
4. #sustainable supply chain
5. #sustainable logistics
6. #circular recycling
7. #sustainable design
Time: 2.00 pm - 5.00 pm
Location: Double Cone, BMW Welt
Do you need something to entertain your child/children during the event?
Our Junior Campus will open again at BMW Welt on 5 March with a new range of activities focusing on the theme “Creative Future”. Sign your child/children up for one of the two exclusive workshops “Understanding mobility and shaping it creatively” (for ages 5-6) and “Understanding the future and shaping it creatively” (for ages 7-13).
Understanding mobility and shaping it creatively (age 5-6): This workshop gives children the chance to bring their ideas on future mobility to life. They work in teams to build a car of the future. Here, the spotlight is on working creatively with innovative and sustainable materials and tools.
Understanding the future and shaping it creatively (age 7-13): This workshop gives children the chance to bring their ideas on future mobility to life.The Future Lab begins by training them as experts in the future with a light-hearted and entertaining approach using interactive exhibits. The “Future Pros” then work in teams to design their car of the future. Here, the spotlight is on working creatively with innovative and sustainable materials and tools (e.g. 3D printing).[DAB1]
Registration by 7 March 2020 at Junior.Campus@bmw.de