What is it all about?
The Green Circular Transition program aims a providing business from across industries with building competitive advantages based on increased resources efficiency and circular economy approaches. The program is in place from 2019-2022 and is implemented by a group of 17 organizations and with the expertise of 60+ circular consultants.
Denmark has a longstanding tradition for developing green and sustainable solutions. The next generation of competitive advantages is likely to be generated through a transition to a circular economy and resource efficiency. The aim of this program is to enable Danish SMEs to be at the forefront of this development and customer’s needs, who in the future will demand circular products and services.
The program aids companies to implement circular business such as:
- Product life extension
- Design for disassembly and recycling
- Product as a service
- None-virgin material use
- Resource efficiency and circular supplies
The program will especially work to transition more companies within industries that are challenging but where circularity has a large potential.
- Plastic production and use
- Food and beverage industries
- Manufacturing processes and components
- Construction and buildings
- Design, textiles and furniture
- Service driven sectors
The Green Circular Transition program also includes a strong focus on innovation. For this reason, the program includes a track designed to enable Danish SMEs to tap into international best practices. Workshops with global frontrunners and international fact-finding tours will be key to achieve this goal. The role of digitalization as a driver for circular innovation will likewise be a focus area.
Participating companies get access to fully funded and specialized:
- Individualized consulting
- Collaborative challenge driven projects
- Intensive transition sprints
- Digitalization and international innovation tracks
Please visit the program website (only in Danish) to learn much more about how to participate in the program.
Contact Tone Søndergaard at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about sharing you can be part of this international knowledge exchange and innovation track.