For the past three years we have been busy using the toolkit together with CEVT, emmamalena, Husqvarna Group, Yovinn, and Valtech to explore opportunities for new circular offers. We have also worked hard to disseminate the tools and reached over 900 professionals through presentations and lectures and trained over 500 students. We have also conducted over 50 workshops during which close to 300 workshop groups have been able to test the tools. It has been great to see the tools in action and learn more about how they can help companies shift to more sustainable offers. We have had a blast!
Curious to know what our project partners think of the toolkit? Learn more in this news article by Chalmers University of Technology, which highlights experiences and reflections from our partners.
Although our project Design for Circular Consumption has come to an end, the toolkit will still be available for anyone to use. We will also continue to explore how companies can use design methods and tools to develop product and services for a circular economy. Stay tuned for an overview of circular design tools!