Fondazione Toscana Sostenibile is closely involved in a project dedicated to promoting circular economy for small and medium-sized enterprises. Sergio Brunetti and Carla Sabatini, FTS volunteers, have decided to bring the project “2Good2Go – Waste Free Economy Transformation for SMEs” to the seventh edition of the Skillman International Forum, held in Cagliari on November 23rd-24th with the aim of redefining the future of training in advanced manufacturing. Organized by Giovanni Crisonà, founder and director of Skillman.eu, in collaboration with the European Training Foundation, the Asian Development Bank and the Regional Programming Centre of the Autonomous Region of Sardinia, during the Forum there were conferences, workshops and speeches held by managers, teachers and experts from prestigious international institutions. FTS representatives, together with colleagues from Asociatia Pro Xpert andReal Time, took this opportunity for professional growth, attending numerous plenary sessions through which they were able to improve their knowledge and skills in the field of training.
The workshop activity, led by Carla, Sergio, Silvia Petre (Pro Xpert), Clive Robertson and Lauren Shute (Real Time), was carried out thanks to the skills developed by FTS within the ongoing Erasmus + project, which stems from the interest of the Polish Institute PAIZ for ecological behaviour models, and which aims to raise awareness and support SMEs in adopting methods and acting towards the implementation of circular economy.
The workshop, in addition to proposing the main results of the 2Good2Go project, actively involved participants, including Elisa Guidi (President of World Craft Council and Coordinator of Artex), in a SWOT analysis, the conclusions of which have been collected and will be analysed for further developments and results of 2Good2Go.
“We thank Giovanni Crisonà for having renewed our invitation to participate in the SIF. The success of the workshop is further confirmation of the effectiveness of 2Good2Go – says Carla Sabatini -; as Fondazione Toscana Sostenibile, we are interested in projects that, like this, promote circular economy to facilitate its implementation at local level. Our experience with Skillman has also allowed us to reach out to experts who will follow the project at an international level, providing important insights and reflections to ensure that the echo of the 2Good2Go results is heard around the world. This is only the beginning” – the manager of FTS concludes.