CIRCULAR ECONOMY PRACTICES OF THE FUTURE

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What is the Circular Economy?

It’s a new era of industrial renewal. In today’s world, digital & technology innovations provide organizations the opportunity to create jobs and protect the environment by simply reducing their operational inefficiencies.

It is described as the ‘trillion-dollar opportunity’. That will drive innovation in tomorrow’s companies and reshape every part of our lives. While leaving behind the traditional linear model (take-make-dispose), a fresh mindset is taking over economies worldwide.
Circular Economy
Digital Transformation

Why is it so important?

Circular economy provides the potential to disrupt companies and industries by separating economic growth from the use of our limited natural resources.

New customer propositions and services coupled with the use of today’s digital technologies will enable businesses to become more efficient whist developing new types of sustainable relationships with their customers.

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What is the Circular Economy?

It’s a new era of industrial renewal. In today’s world, digital & technology innovations provide organizations the opportunity to create jobs and protect the environment by simply reducing their operational inefficiencies.
Circular Economy
It is described as the ‘trillion-dollar opportunity’. That will drive innovation in tomorrow’s companies and reshape every part of our lives. While leaving behind the traditional linear model (take-make-dispose), a new mindset is taking over economies worldwide.

Why is it so important?

Circular economy provides the potential to disrupt companies and industries by separating economic growth from the use of our limited natural resources.
Digital Transformation
Customer propositions and services coupled with the use of today’s digital technologies will enable circular economy companies to become more efficient whilst developing sustainable relationships with their customers.

A Circular Economy action plan targets:

Cost Savings

Process, resource efficiency and waste reduction through redesigning products to extend their lifecycle.

Revenue Growth

Develop opportunities in new markets, products and customers, extend current portfolios.

Brand Equity

Improve corporate reputation and brand equity as customers demand new services around sustainability.

Regulatory Compliance

Comply to increasing government legislation and industry standards.

Where to start?

Digitization

Digitization of the customer journey

A digital customer journey refers to digitizing and automating the entire process including physical and non-physical contact a customer or potential customer goes through as they interact with your organization. Right from knowing about you, all the way to the point where they make a purchase and even after the purchase. In other words, a customer journey describes your entire customer’s experience from brand awareness to product purchase to after-purchase. It helps you look at your company from a customer’s point of view.

Lean Principles

From an efficiency point of view, utilizing lean principles will become more widespread as they can be easily applied to businesses and industries that decide to embrace the Circular Economy as part of their operations. From the moment a customer’s order is received to the delivery of the finished product.
Lean Principles
Product Redesign

Product Redesign

Humans have 100% designed the current wasteful linear economy for 200 years, so why can’t we redesign it in a more sustainable and profitable way? Redesigning products and services for a circular economy goes beyond recycling, and moves towards product use and reuse, Product-as-a-Service(PaaS) models, instead of merely owning goods.

Get started!

Assessment

Assessment

Discover the opportunity areas in your digital and customer strategy.


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Workshops

Workshops

Identify and learn about the critical areas of your customer, digital and circular curve.

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Where to start?

Digitization of the customer journey

Digitization of the customer journey

A digital customer journey refers to digitizing and automating the entire process including physical or non-physical contact a customer or potential customer goes through as they interact with your business. Right from knowing about you, all the way to the point where they make a purchase and even after the purchase. In other words, a customer journey describes your entire customer’s experience from brand awareness to product purchase to after-purchase. It helps you look at your business from your customer’s point of view.
Lean Principles

Lean Principles

From an efficiency point of view, utilizing lean principles will become more widespread as they can be easily applied to businesses and industries that decide to embrace the Circular Economy as part of their operations. From the moment a customer’s order is received to the delivery of the finished product.
Product Redesign

Product Redesign

Humans have 100% designed the current wasteful linear economy for 200 years, so why can’t we redesign it in a more sustainable and profitable way? Redesigning products and services for a circular economy goes beyond recycling, and moves towards product use and reuse, Product-as-a-Service(PaaS) models, instead of merely owning goods.

Get started!

Assessment

Assessment

Discover the opportunity areas in your digital and customer strategy.


View More
Workshops

Workshops

Identify and learn about the critical areas of your customer, digital and circular curve.

View More

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