Fireside Chat

Navigating the Complex World of Supply Chain Sustainability:
Insights from an Expert

What's the role of critical raw materials?
How to close the Sustainability Skills Gap?
Can Circularity drive economic growth?

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Introducing 15 game-based learning solutions (US timezone)

Friday, February 24th 2023

11:00 - 12:00 AM EST (UTC-5) , 5:00 - 6:00 PM CET (UTC+1)

Wherever you are... Online!

Join us for an exciting fireside chat hosted by Noah Schaul, Director Corporate Training at Inchainge. Our guest speaker is Elmer Rietveld, a renowned researcher at TNO. He is experienced in fields such as material science, supply chain management, and welfare economics. With expertise in critical raw materials and circular economy, he is uniquely positioned to offer valuable insights.

TNO is one of the largest independent research organizations in the Netherlands. Also known for its cutting-edge innovation in applied sciences and technology.

We'll be discussing the critical role of supply chain management in driving a more sustainable future. Don't miss this exciting opportunity. Join us online to learn from a leading expert in the field.


We'll dive into a range of thought-provoking topics, including:

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The role of critical raw materials in the transition to a circular economy.
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The potential for circular economy practices to drive economic growth and job creation.
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Sustainable Supply Chain Management: It's not just the right thing to do, It's good business.
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Is the funnel of career-ready talent for an increasingly complex and demanding job market drying up?

Join the conversation! Learn from one of the leading experts in critical raw materials and circular economy. Don't miss this exciting opportunity to expand your knowledge and network with industry professionals.

Stay updated on the latest developments in this rapidly evolving field.

Fireside chat with


Elmer Rietveld

Senior researcher at TNO: critical raw materials, circular economy, ESG and international trade

Elmer Rietveld is an internationally acknowledged researcher in the field of critical raw materials and circular economy. He possesses a diverse range of skills and knowledge spanning various fields. This includes material science, supply chain management, and welfare economics. Elmer is uniquely positioned to offer insights into the challenges and opportunities of this emerging field.

Learn more about Elmer

Noah Schaul

Director Corporate Training at Inchainge

Noah, Director Corporate Training at Inchainge, has a passion for all things related to circularity. Originally from Luxembourg, he began his studies and professional career in the Netherlands where he lived for 6 years.

Noah is a master trainer for Inchainge's circular business game, The Blue Connection, and a contributor to the textbook Mastering the Circular Economy. He is dedicated to developing applied circular learning programs. And inspiring companies to adopt circular practices in the Netherlands and beyond. He currently resides in Barcelona, Spain.

Starting 2023 with very exciting developments! We have a new concept of presenting our business simulation games by introducing game-based learning solutions!  

Join this 1-hour webinar to: 

  • Learn all about the 15 learning solutions relating to 5 theme categories   
  • How they are connected to our four business games: The Fresh Connection, The Cool Connection, The Blue Connection, The Triple Connection  
  • Why this new approach  

In a nutshell: Why this new approach?  

One business game doesn’t equal one solution. Did you know that our business simulation games cover much broader scope of topics and functionality than you’re using? We offer different learning solutions for each one of our business games that can fit in different courses and semesters with many different complexity levels for students!  


A sneak preview of our 15 learning solutions:  

Learn all about this new concept. Register now for free by filling the form below! 

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