CIRCit Nordic industry workshops
The Nordic research project, CIRCit, is is developing a suite of tools and methods to support the Nordic Industry in making the transition towards a Circular Economy. We’re currently planning workshops in all five Nordic countries, which we’ll be holding throughout winter. This is your opportunity to engage!
At the workshops, we’ll showcase the results created so far, in our engagement with Nordic companies. Plus, you will get to select and to try some of the tools that you feel might support your company’s journey towards Circular Economy. You can choose from tools to support: (1) business model innovation, (2) product development, (3) digitalisation, (4) closed-loops, (5) value chain, and (6) sustainability assessment.
Join us to get inspiration from our newly developed tools an methods, from listening to the experiences of some of our ‘Tier 1’ collaborating companies, and by meeting other companies facing similar opportunities and challenges to yours.
You’re welcome to participate in one or more workshops, and to invite your colleagues to join! Participation in the workshops is free-of-change, but there will be a no-show fee of DKK 1.500. On registration, you will receive detailed information about the chosen venue(s) and programme. The workshops are designed for manufacturing companies and have limited spaces, so we ask for your understanding if registration is not possible to confirm.
These workshops are organised by the CIRCit consortium: DTU, RISE, Innovation Center Iceland, Technology Industries Finland and NTNU.
• Welcome and introduction to CIRCit
• Experiences from the journey towards Circular Economy (CIRCit ‘Tier 1’ companies)
• CIRCit try-out of tools (round 1)
– Track 1: Sustainability
– Track 2: Digitalisation
– Track 3: Circular design
• CIRCit try-out of tools (round 2)
– Track 4: Business models
– Track 5: Closing the loop
– Track 6: Value chain
• Share-out and future opportunities
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