Tawanna Black, Valerie Craig and Carrie Freeman: Power, privilege and bias in a circular economy

July 23, 2019 by  
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This discussion explores how governments, companies and communities in both developed and developing countries can use the creation of circular economies to challenge the status quo, and embed justice and equity in the creation of new policies, better products and services and smarter infrastructure.

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Andy Ruben, Karen Campbell and Peter Whitcomb: Why brands are reclaiming resale from marketplaces

July 23, 2019 by  
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Resale is now a reality. While legacy marketplaces and startups have tapped into this $24B market, brands have been slower to react. As the market is expected to grow to $51B in just 5 years, brands are beginning to realize that owning their own resale market is essential to grow sales, loyalty and new customers. Andy Ruben, Karen Campbell and Peter Whitcomb discuss this changing landscape for brands, insights and learnings from those brands forging this new ground. From Circularity 19.

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Living in a time of ‘great winds’ of change

January 14, 2017 by  
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Businesses clinging to the tried-and-true status quo will undermine their ability to adapt and evolve in a time of volatile change.

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6 Eco-Friendly Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas With Heart

February 5, 2016 by  
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As a couple who doesn’t follow the gift-giving status quo, my husband and I don’t send pesticide-laden flower bouquets or nosh on slave-labor chocolate for Valentine’s Day. Rather, we like to be unique with our gift giving and choose eco-friendly…

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Can Scale Limit Innovation?

October 16, 2011 by  
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It’s a well established fact that big companies, especially those dominant in their categories, have a hard time innovating. Is there a way to overcome the status quo on behalf of sustainability?

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IF11: The Secrets to Using Digital Tools to Spur Innovation

October 14, 2011 by  
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Collaboration is critical for innovation, and there’s no shortage of digital tools to help people and their companies make the connection, FMYI President and Founder Justin Yuen told attendees at IF11.

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