Indeed Innovation is driven to realize the circular economy’s potential value by collaborating with like-minded businesses, policymakers, academics, and individuals across all three horizons.

1 – 2 years

Innovation Horizon 1

Renewed Lifecycle

We frame industry and social landscapes to identify emerging circular needs and establish social and environmental KPIs.

You reduce, maintain, and extend resources to become more sustainable in one field, aiming for user behavior change.

Design for efficiency—incremental action on individual or project level

2 – 5 years

Innovation horizon 2

Closed Loop

We realize circular interventions by planet-centric design and engineering expertise that utilizes regenerative technologies to enable resource recovery and create a closed-loop.

You systematically innovate products, services, and experiences to get stakeholder buy-in on cross-company level aiming for organizational change.

Design for circularity—progressive action on cross-company and organizational level

6 – 10 years

Innovation horizon 3

Circular Ecosystem

We optimize circular business ecosystems to support our clients to surpass their sustainable development goals and to reverse the climate impact of innovations.

You build a resilient ecosystem of interacting loops for sustainable transformation together with partners cross-sectors aiming for systemic change and sustainable transformation.

Design for ecosystems—revolutionary action on cross-sectors and public level

We realize the circular economy’s potential

Do you believe purpose and profit can coexist? We help you to establish the vision and development pathways that accelerate desired sustainable initiatives. We discover mission-specific strategies for companies at various points on their individual circular journey. Thus, helping you to prioritize and then capture new business opportunities.

By assessing the entire lifecycle of products and services from material sourcing to post-consumer waste, we promote business ecosystems that can reverse the negative effects on ecology. Ultimately, we aim to develop products, services, and business ecosystems that balance profitability and shareholder values with its social and environmental resources.

The circular economy is complex and needs to be consciously designed. Dive deeper with our downloadable PDF.

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