A platform to power the circular economy - a chat with Garr Punnett, Head of Sustainability at Rheaply

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We live on a planet of finite resources so it makes a lot of sense to make the maximum possible use of all the resources we have. This is the fundamental tenet underlying the Circular Economy (which we have talked about previously on this podcast), and it is also the principle that Rheaply is building a platform to address.
Rheaply is a startup working with the SAP.io foundry in New York and they have developed a platform to allow organisations maximise use of their assets, saving money in the process, and avoiding unnecessarily sending items to landfill.
I invited Garr Punnett, Rheaply's Chief of Staff, and Head of Sustainability to join me on the podcast to come on the podcast and explain how Rheaply works. We had a fascinating conversation which I totally enjoyed, as I'm sure you will too.
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