You want to be part of the circular economy but you don’t know where to start?

We propose two seminars:

1) Circular practice awareness

The opportunities of doing ‘more and better with less’ isn’t obvious for everyone. But it becomes tangible when it is translated into inspiring initiatives adopted by the workforce itself.

 
 
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STEP 1

Understand key circular economy principles focused on your industry with a real or fictional business case.

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STEP 2

Brainstorm proactively various applications of the circular economy inspired by best practices.

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STEP 3

Draw life-cycle success stories by integrating circularity.

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STEP 4

Pick at least one of the inspiring solutions to integrate in your business model.

 
 

2) New stakeholder synergies

Whatever the sustainable challenge you face, you have to find a way to involve all your stakeholders to future-proof your positive impact.

 
 
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STEP 1

Identify all the stakeholders involved in the life-cycle of a current problem or a project you want to tackle.

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STEP 2

Map the potential synergies integrating all the players and the current context.

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STEP 3

Generate ideas of cooperation through the prism of circular economy to maximize value on long term.

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STEP 4

Take at least one federating action to implement in your ecosystem.

 
 
 

Request your own customized seminar to go further.

Do you want to go deeper in the development of innovative solutions or in your transformational projects? We will co- build a personalized seminar format with you.

You aren’t a business but a public organisation or a school, we would love to do it with you as well.

 
 
 

Both starting seminars detailed above are

  • adjustable for 2 hours or half-day session,

  • adaptable for inter and intra-company or inter and intra-regions,

  • supported by an interactive facilitation method (such as business games).