Don’t be square: How to tell a successful, circular story that sticks

September 16, 2020 by  
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Don’t be square: How to tell a successful, circular story that sticks How can companies effectively communicate circular initiatives without confusing or alienating customers and stakeholders? The circular economy is becoming a centerpiece of many corporate sustainability strategies. Yet companies often struggle to translate this into stories that inform and engage employees, customers, investors and other stakeholders. This poses a problem because if we hope to unlock the circular economy’s full potential, we’ll need to make sure that it’s understood and embraced by all — and not just sustainability wonks. In this session, panelists explore how companies are learning to leverage the power of narrative to educate and inspire stakeholders on their circular ambitions, products and service offerings. Deonna Anderson Tue, 09/15/2020 – 17:01 Featured Off

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The sensible, sexy and strange world of carbontech

October 24, 2019 by  
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The trillion-dollar market is growing startups, products and technologies, though capital deployment remains an obstacle.

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Accelerate at Circularity 19: Fast-Pitch Competition: r.cup

July 19, 2019 by  
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Accelerate at Circularity 19 is a fast-pitch competition featuring entrepreneurs with innovative technologies, products and services advancing a circular economy. r.cup’s Michael Martin pitches from the main stage.

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Accelerate at Circularity 19: Fast-Pitch Competition: Revolv

July 15, 2019 by  
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Accelerate at Circularity 19 is a fast-pitch competition featuring entrepreneurs with innovative technologies, products and services advancing a circular economy. Revolv’s Forrest Carroll pitches from the main stage.

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Can the circular economy end the era of ‘throwaway living’?

June 19, 2019 by  
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It will take innovation in three places: processes, products and business models.

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4 ways your business can talk circular (without talking in circles)

November 20, 2018 by  
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Skip the buzzwords and focus on how circularity can improve products and the entire customer experience.

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GreenBiz Group announces major new conference on circular economy

November 12, 2018 by  
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Circularity 19 to focus on trillion-dollar markets for products and services that eliminate waste and utilize renewable resources.

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Innovating for 100

October 31, 2018 by  
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It’s no secret that Silicon Valley drives the tech world. From smart cars to smart homes, California continues to boast the world’s latest high-tech innovations and developments. Yet many Californians still lack access to technological advancements that could dramatically improve their everyday lives. High-tech products and services are viewed by many residents in low- to moderate-income communities as out-of-reach luxuries rather than attainable necessities.

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Progress despite politics — lessons from a red state utility commissioner

October 30, 2018 by  
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The Chair of Ohio’s Public Utilities Commission explains how to advance grid modernization, transportation electrification and other clean technologies in a “red state” under today’s contentious political climate.

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What the circular economy’s early days look like for Amazon and Nike

October 19, 2018 by  
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Billions upon billions of products and consumers served.

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