The Disruptive Innovation Festival is an online festival of ideas that asks the question: what if we could redesign everything? During the DIF, we’ll be asking our speakers to tell us what they think is in store for the future of the economy. While watching you can chip in with your thoughts and questions: sign up for a free My DIF account and ask your question through the discussion forum below the live stream!
What does the circular economy look like in practice? How are companies embracing the principles of the circular economy and turning them into viable businesses? What approaches are companies using to overcome embedded linear models to create businesses that generate both healthy revenues as well as healthy outcomes for people and planet?
In this very visual and sensory session, Joe Iles and Nick Jeffries from the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, invite you to explore the circular economy with them through shared anecdotes, sharp couture, eating, drinking and handling of numerous objects.
Grab a Toast Ale and join them on their exploration.
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Nick works in the Insight and Analysis team of the Foundation, a group of scientists, engineers and other technical specialists, that aim to provide evidence of the benefits of a circular economy and insights into the transition pathways. He currently manages the case study resource and in doing so attempts to answer the question - what does the circular economy look like in reality? Nick likes to relax in a deep and warm bath every third Tuesday of the month.
As Editor in Chief of Circulate, Joe’s role is to help deliver leading commentary, news and case studies on the circular economy. Joe is also Digital Architect at the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, and inputs on a range of programmes with an online element. He is closely involved with the Disruptive Innovation Festival, contributing to web strategy, social media, content and facilitation. His greatest claim to fame is that he can fit seven golf balls in his mouth at once.
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