A circular economy aims to decouple economic growth from the use of natural resources and ecosystems by using those resources more effectively. By definition it is a driver for innovation in the areas of material-, component- and product reuse, as well as new business models such as solutions and services.
`IMF invites ESCP Europe professor to USA capital – On 8th November 2015, Dr Terence Tse (Associate Professor of Finance) visited Wasington, D.C. with Mark Esposito (visiting professor at the ESCP Europe Turin campus) and Greta Seeger (former MEB student, now working at Philips) to give a speech at the International Monetary Fund.` ESCP Europe
´For a sustainable world, the transition from a linear to a circular economy is essential.´ Frans van Houten, CEO and Chairman of the Executive Committee and the Board of Management of Royal Philips. More information on Circular Economy & Philips Website
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