Circular Student Conference 2024

Welcome to the Circular Student Conference (CSC2024)!

Join us online on May 28, 2024, for an enlightening day dedicated to the transformative world of Circular Consumerism. This year, we are bringing together an inspiring lineup of speakers, innovative companies, and engaging workshop hosts to explore the dynamic interplay between consumer behavior and the circular economy.

Dive deep into discussions about sustainable circular business models, effective circular communication strategies, and discover actionable insights to transform your everyday habits into more sustainable practices. Whether you’re new to the concept or already a circular economy enthusiast, this conference promises to offer valuable perspectives on how you can contribute to a more sustainable future.

Mark your calendars and prepare to be part of a movement redefining consumerism for a healthier planet and society!


Agenda (Times in CET)

10:00 – 10:15: Introduction by the organizing commitee

10:15 – 11:00: Key-Note speaker: Mirella Soyer, Professor (lector) Behaviour for Circular Transitions 

11:00 – 12:00: Panel discussion with Samsung, Unilever and Ecococon on the road to circularity and consumer behavior

More information on the Plenary Session can be found here.

Replay the plenary session here: Recording of plenary session (key-note + companies)

You can find the slides of the key-note here.

12:00 – 14:00: Break

14:00 – 15:00: Workshop 1 & 2

Workshop 1: Generation Z Preferences: Consumerism vs. Reducing and Reusing

Workshop 2: Responsible consumption for a healthier planet and wallet – how changing consumption patterns can improve personal financial wellbeing and secure natural resources.

Workshop 3Social Marketing: a powerful tool to bring on sustainable consumer behavior

15:00 – 16:00: Workshop 4 & 5

Workshop 4: Do tell: step by step towards a strong sustainability story

Workshop 5: How to shift consumer behaviour for international circular economy development.

Workshop 6: Generation Z Preferences: Consumerism vs. Reducing and Reusing

More information on the Workshops can be found here.


The conference is held online over teams. You can participate from anywhere!


The conference is free, we only ask you to register.


Registrations are closed.