Upcoming Online demos

  • Wed, Feb 22, 2017 11:00 - Other dates and timezones available, click below

    The Reuse Report (UK, EU, Aus/NZ and North America) 

    This presentation looks at a recent report into the state of reuse in large organisations the UK, EU, Aus/NZ and North America, the report will be summarised and the main conclusions will be explored. This will provide you with valuable case study and benchmarking information as well as highlighting solutions to common issues around surplus assets.

     

     

     

  • Tue, Mar 14, 2017 10:00 - Other dates and timezones available, click below

    "Why is reuse not mainstream in my organisation?" Three low time input high impact policy changes to make reuse mainstream.

    In this session we explore the 3 most effective policy changes to implement to maximise reuse in your organisation. Attend this webinar if you want to maximise your impact!

     

     

  • Tue, Mar 21, 2017 10:30 - Other dates and timezones available, click below

    Demonstration of Warp It

    Outlining the various case studies within our customer base to illustrate the benefits of sharing and reusing assets within and between organisations. This session is designed for directors, officers and managers in the public and private sector, who work in sustainability, facilities, waste, finance, asset management, procurement, smart cities, partnerships or shared services. This session will give attendees a clear picture of how the system will benefit their organisation.

    Various dates and timezones available please pick the slot most convenient to you. 

     

     

     

     

     

What do customers say about the online demonstrations?

Easy to understand.
Natasha Jones, Avon and Somerset Police
Having the opportunity to ask questions and get instant answers is the best bit about the online demonstrations.
Sharon Weekly, University of East Anglia
Straight to the point, succinct.
Norman Cornett, Queens University Belfast
Very efficient way of online training.
Tracey Graham, Queens University Belfast