· CIRCULAR ECONOMY ·
An opportunity worth € 462 billion in the EU (McKinsey). What are you waiting for?
The Circular Economy refers to an economy that is regenerative by design. It represents a new economic paradigm, inspired by nature, in which the concept of waste disappears so that all resources become nutrients for other cycles, whether natural or technological. This closing of the cycle, contrasts with the current Linear Economy that no longer offers valid answers to the challenges of humanity and its future development.
The Circular Economy is therefore a more daring perspective of the Green Economy (a resource efficient economy) because it is based on a radical transformation of the means of production, the supply chains, the culture and the habit of consumption at a planetary level.
“Circularizing a business” means gaining sovereignty, reducing the effect of price volatility, maintaining control over resources and the supply chain. It means changing the monetization models by retaining customers and innovating in the design of services and experiences. It means questioning current markets and finding profitable and disruptive opportunities, seeing the economy with new eyes and unleashing the potential of circular design.
The Circular Economy is already under way, as demonstrated by the hundreds of companies that are redesigning their value propositions all over the world to make them profitable in the present and resilient in the future. Would you join us?
· Our Experience ·
Some of our projects
Talks & Masterclasses 2012-2018Inspiration & Disclosure
Higher education & Postgraduate courses 2012-2018Inspiration & Disclosure, Mentoring, Training & Facilitation
Ecocanvas & LifeCycleEcocanvasResearch, Tools & methods development
Mentoring MBAs & Executive MBAs projects 2017-2018Mentoring
Action for Change UWC 2014 & 2015Inspiration & Disclosure
SWITCHMED Training & Mentoring 2015-2017Mentoring, Tools & methods development, Training & Facilitation
Circular Business Design Workshops 2012-2017Research, Tools & methods development