Talks and Poster Presentations (without Proceedings-Entry):
M. Regenfelder, R. Pamminger:
"New Business Models for Circular Economy";
Talk: Going Green Care Innovation,
For implementing circular economy, it is crucial to complement technological innovation by developing new circular business models. Therefore, the EU-funded Horizon2020 project sustainablySMART, aiming at more resource efficient product lifecycles of smart mobile electronic products, addresses new business models for mobile ICT products, such as smartphones and tablets. Closing the materials loop in this sector includes durability, repair, re-use and remanufacturing design strategies as well as new automatic re-/de-manufacturing processes for improving resource efficiency and enhancing product lifetime. Circular economy approaches change the structure of value creation, namely of value chains, systems and constellations. Transformation from linear to circular business models needs the assessment of this value creation structure: New actors, value creating activities, resources as well as links and interdependencies between them have to be considered. Focus is on how to create new business models for circular economy.
business models, circular economy, repair, reuse, remanufacturing, sustainablySMART
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