Reducing resource use through shared access to consumer goods: Barriers and motivations

22nd October 2020 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Are rental models the future of consumption? In this session, we will hear from academics and businesses who will explore alternative consumption models to reduce resource use, the motivations and barriers to renting consumer goods and discuss recommendations in this area for businesses, organisations, and policy makers.

Panel:

– Dr Nicole Koenig-Lewis – Reader (Associate Professor) in Marketing at Cardiff Business School, Cardiff University

– Dr Carmela Bosangit – Senior Lecturer in Marketing at Cardiff Business School, Cardiff University

– Eve Kekeh – Founder, Bundlee

– Chris Hellawell – Founder & Director, Edinburgh Tool Library

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Date:
22nd October 2020
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4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Cardiff University

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