Circular Economy Business Model

 
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Fueling Your Circular Economy Business Model Canvas

Circular economy is seen as a demanding change. Due to natural resource constraints, corporations are more inclined to move from a traditional, linear approach towards a circular one. But, as with all business transformation processes, not design or theory but execution is the hardest part. How can one move from an existing linear business model to a more circular one?
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Sustainable Protein Production in Dairy: Less Farting, More Fat

As projected by the World Resources Institute, the world will need to produce 70% more calories by 2050, to feed its global population of 9.6 billion people. A major part of these calories will consist of animal protein: meat, milk and eggs. While alternative solutions will also make contributions to filling the food gap (reducing food waste, shifting diets), it is clear that the production of animal protein will have to increase dramatically in order to meet growing demand.
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Designing More Sustainable Business Models

More and more often, companies ask us how they can make their business model more sustainable. Within this perspective, it is obviously good to know which standards a sustainable business model must live up to. One of the possibilities is to look at the new examples which are available, and to see what the effect of sustainable business models may be. Jan Jonker, professor Corporate Responsibility at the Radboud University in Nijmegen, the Netherlands, gave his perspective on these questions in the light of his research on new sustainable business models.
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How to Build Strategic Partnerships in the Value Chain

Responsible purchasing is an increasingly important part of supply chain management. Suppliers are analyzed on different environmental and social aspects, for example on labor conditions or the prevention of hazardous waste. By acting upon the results and making strategic partnerships within the value chain, companies can realize social, environmental, and even monetary benefits.
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Our clients

Finch & Beak works for companies ranging from Fortune 500 to family-owned, all across Europe. Building on over 20 years of experience in sustainability consulting, we have worked in a wide range of sectors and collaborate with organizations such as RobecoSAM, IMD, INSEAD, and the Reputation Institute.

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