A future-oriented Imperative
The CE Imperative
Resource scarcity and ecological degradation are among the most pressing challenges facing the world today. Government policies stress the importance of sustainable production methods in order to spare the environment. But whilst policy and regulation & technology have critical roles to play, it is the transition to a circular economy,
…. the role of businesses of all sizes to respond to find new, circular ways of creating, delivering and capturing value in ways that also benefit society and the environment. The circular economy is an opportunity that could deliver benefits of in excess of £1.5 trillion in Europe alone by 2030. This is an imperative, it is not the time for gimmickry.
CE Business Model Design
Like you, we believe it is the role of businesses of all sizes to respond to find new, circular ways of creating, delivering and capturing value in ways that also benefit society and the environment.
We use a range of engaging tools to help you identify, qualify and prioritise which circular-
economy business model will add value to your company’s activities. Our process involves:
- Identifying CE business opportunities
- Creating CE Value Proposition
- Identifying CE capabilities through GAP analysis
- Developing A CE pricing strategy
Business Model Design
We apply CE Design tools to identify, capacitate and prioritise the best CE business models.
Sourcing - Circular Strategies
Improving material efficiency, reducing costs and environmental impacts.
Applying established KPI’s to track your transition toward a CE.
The circular economy aims to eradicate waste, systematically, throughout the life cycles and uses of products and their components. Component and product cycles of ‘use and reuse’ fed into by-product design, help define the concept of a circular economy and differentiate it from the linear take–make–dispose economy, which creates a disconnect with our ecosystems and wastes large amounts of resources, embedded materials, energy, and labour.
The Ellen MacArthur Foundation estimates that the Circular Economy will create in excess of €1.5 trillion in value in Europe alone by 2025. Adopting circular principles could mean you will:
- Release additional value from materials and assets to add new sources of value
- Employ more efficient operating models, thereby reducing operating costs
- Develop longer term service based relationships with customers
- Create opportunities for higher financial returns with lower risk
- Attract investment from sustainable/social responsible investing
- Attract consumers and employees who care about their global impact and can help to enhance your brand
- Foster deeper collaboration across value chains/links to help identify new opportunities
- Create less waste in a world with finite resources and equip your business to build in resilience.
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