The Circular Economy movement in Australia has begun. Queensland and South Australia are leading the charge, and the time is now for Western Australia to get on board.
A circular economy is an alternative to a traditional linear economy (make, use, dispose) aimed at minimising waste and making the most of resources to build economic, natural, and social capital.
Is the Circular Economy just another buzzword or is it having real-world impacts on the future of products, materials and waste?
How can your startup build on design thinking frameworks and become a part of the Circular economy?
What free tools can startups and established businesses use for circularity?
Who in Australia is already working in this exciting new global economy?
Dylan Lamb, co-founder of Holonic, will answer all these questions and more in a fun and interactive way.
About Dylan Lamb
Dylan Lamb is the co-founder of Holonic (https://www.holonic.com.au), a systemic design and innovation consultancy, catalysing the Circular Economy movement in Western Australia. They are the continent's first certified Circulab (https://circulab.eu) consultant, a business game and methodology, that has been tried and tested by companies, governments, and academia across the world. The tool has been used by organisations such as IKEA, IDEO, Suez, Loreal and Interface to drive innovation.
Dylan's business partner and Holonic co-founder Andrew Thomson, was the first cohort of graduates globally to complete a Circular Economy MBA, from Bradford University.
Grab a Voltage Espresso (tell them Morning Startup sent you for a discount) and come and start the day inspired!