We map out global value chains, analyze material processes, establish partnerships and find creative ways to turn waste into value.
By combining systemic design with regenerative business strategy, we help decision makers lead the way into the biggest economic opportunity of our time. We design, strategise and enable circularity.
Changing consumer behavior, carbon taxes, the widening gap of resources and demand, melting icebergs... you get the point.
Our promise is to help you shift your current value proposition into a multi-leveled one, the kind that maximizes environmental, financial and social value, all at the same time.
We already have a biological ecosystem where one’s waste is food for another. And we have organizations looking for more efficient ways to deal with natural resources.
By mimicking nature and zooming out from industry silos, we are able to design models that reduce, reuse and repurpose resources into new life.
Closing the gap between resources and waste, to support organisations in achieving a full control on their material resources.
We use design thinking and a systemic lens to map opportunities, find new business scenarios, envision future value chains.
We make sure that our solutions are profitable for the business, attract customers and protect natural ecosystems, all in one.
From digital client interactions, to tracing technologies, material liberaries, we find the best way to support your circular transition.
If all traditional ways haven’t worked so far, we’re here to experiment with you. Systemic connections can lead to surprising solutions.
What are the possible alternatives and outcomes of your transition to net zero or zero waste? Let’s find out together.
In a regenerative setting, it’all about scratching each other’s back to foster efficiency. We help you find the right partners in your journey.
Our expertise comes from experience across the Eurasian regions and diversity is a key value in our work.
Between 2011-2020 the concentration of CO2 was the highest in the last 2 million years. By burning fossil fuels and disposing of materials and resources more quickly than their natural ability to regenerate, our industries fuel the climate crisis.
This poses a direct threat to human survival in the long run, and to business operations faster than we can imagine.
In order to support both fair human conditions, a healthy natural ecosystem and businesses running we need to decarbonise our industries: by using less fossil fuels, and by regenerating material resources for our products and services.
Our products and services need to be designed in a way that the materials can be recovered, and the resources used in their production can be regenerated in their natural environment.
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