Design 4 Circularity
Achieving sustainable business success requires circular product & service design to address the changing business environment and stakeholder requirements.
A Disruptive Storm is forming for companies across all sectors
- Customer demand is shifting
- Regulators are putting in place stricter regulation
- New competition emerges by rapidly evolving technology
- Investors are considering Sustainability metrics
Succeeding in this rapidly changing operating environment requires a new set of capabilities, skills and tools.
Circular Design is a new way of approaching product and service development to create value for all stakeholders while doing good for the environment.
Businesses will need to adopt robust circular design methods in order to effectively transition into sustainable business practices.
Utilising our proven and tested Circular Design Framework, you will be able to identify and understand upcoming legislation and trends while building the required capabilities to develop products and services that will build the foundation for your sustainable business success.
Circular Design Framework
Methodology and tools
“We were looking for a company that could support us in our sustainability transformation. We made the right choice by selecting Taival. They helped us to better understand what EcoDesign means and to create alignment on what actions to take next in our transformation. We gained skills and practical tools we can readily utilize. I am extremely happy with the co-operation with Taival.”
Juhani Väättänen –
R&D Manager, ABB
“After this introduction to circular design I surely can understand that transformation from linear economy to circular economy is not an easy one – many things must change … based on this half-day workshop, I can say, that circular design is definitely something that I warmly welcome to change the way we think about owning and using products. It will be very interesting to follow the future of the circular design.”
Erika Niemi-Vanala – “Designing Sustainable Future” workshop attendee
Community and Partners
We are part of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation community