How to implement
design thinking that is focused not just on people, but on empathy towards the
environment? Take part in DtB Training | EcoDesign and find out how to create
products and services with minimum negative environmental impact.
During the event, you’ll find out how to build
business models based on the principles of circular economy and discover the
designer’s role in implementing strategies such as share, repair, reuse,
remake, and recycle. Get to know design methods and implementation examples
that will show you how design can assist sustainable development and circular
economy. How to Design Circular Business
is the lecture addressed to
everyone interested in sustainable design and circular economy. EcoDesign Learning Factory Training, moreover, will help broaden your knowledge
concerning the tools and methods of using circular economy to build your
Who is it for?
- · designers;
- · experts;
- · product designers;
- · entrepreneurs;
- · company managers;
- · marketing specialists;
- · anyone wanting to broaden their knowledge and skills.
What will you gain?
- · You’ll get to know the principles of circular design;
- · You’ll learn the facts proving the advantages of sustainable design;
- · You’ll be immersed in a sea of inspirations to act;
- · You’ll gain practical knowledge concerning new methods and tools;
- · You’ll learn to use the tools in your everyday work;
- · You’ll share your experience with experts and other users;
- · You'll get a certificate for taking part in Learning Factory Training.
10:00 – 11:00 (CET) lecture | How to Design Circular Business
12:00 – 15:00 (CET) training | EcoDesign Learning Factory
- · Why and how? EcoDesign Learning Factory;
- · Deep dive #1: Life Cycle System Design;
- · Deep dive #2: Circular Business Models;
- · Next steps: How to apply methods in your business;
- · Discussion and networking.
The event will be held in English.
Remember that the event is only available to registered users. EcoDesign Learning Factory Training will be based on teamwork, so the number of participants is limited. This part of the event is addressed to people who want to build on their existing skills, so don’t forget to send us your completed form to let us know your level of knowledge and engagement.
The event is organized under the EU EcoDesign Circle 4.0 project financed under Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme.
when? 26 November 2020
where? Online, free entrance.