New plans for 2020 Corporate Growth Conference, Paper and Plastics Recycling conferences unveiled

Waste Today has announced a new approach to its 2020 Corporate Growth Conference. The conference will take place during a one-day broadcast-style event highlighted by a full schedule of business intelligence sessions consisting of one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions.

This year, out of consideration for the health and wellness of attendees, sponsors and exhibitors, in addition to mandates preventing large events from taking place in Chicago and subsequent travel restrictions, Waste Today has shifted focus to bring a new style of event to attendees.

According to Jim Keefe, publisher of Waste Today, the event has been designed in a way to give participants a more interactive and dynamic experience than is typical from other online events.

“After producing some of the industry’s premier conferences, the Waste Today team knew we could not offer yet another webinar series. Instead, our team has collaborated to create a totally different event experience. We’re excited to bring the industry this new, dynamic format,” says Keefe.

The event, which builds on the success of last year’s conference, will present success strategies to drive growth. It is specifically designed for operators in the waste and environmental services industry who are looking to grow their business as well as investors and capital providers seeking to participate in the industry.

The industry’s first broadcast event will air Oct. 14, from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. EDT. For more information on the event, visit http://wastetodayevents.com

2020 Paper and Plastics Recycling conferences plans

Along with the new format of the Corporate Growth Conference, Waste Today sister publication Recycling Today announced it would also be taking a similar approach to its 2020 Paper and Plastics Recycling conferences. The North American and European conferences will take place as a three-day broadcast event with a full schedule of business intelligence sessions and a new online networking tool. The MRF Operations Forum, which is traditionally co-located with the North American event, also will be presented in this new broadcast format.

The broadcast event will air Oct. 20-22 from 8 a.m. to noon EDT. The MRF Operations Forum will air Oct. 19 from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. EDT. For more information on the event, visit http://paperplasticsna.recyclingtodayevents.com