Come along and get inspired by a new business model thats aims to (re)design products to give them more residual value
12 May 2016, 5:30PM - 6:45PM, CET
A new business model to reduce costs associated with the product value chain: the circular business model.
Risks arising from our current economic model are forcing new, circular business models to emerge that will revolutionise the way we design, produce and consume all manner of services and products.
Philips, the electronics giant, has pioneered in this field by developing circular business models for both healthcare and lighting. Expectations for this project are high at Philips; they predict that new services will emerge and performance delivery will improve thanks to the new model. What's more, all this is done in a way that helps protect the environment.
If you are interested in attending, please confirm your participation (by using the register link in the right column) by 5 May 2016 at the latest.
Patrick Wies, Partner, Management Consulting, KPMG Luxembourg
|05:35pm||Circular Economy Health Care services
Markus Laubscher, Director of Sustainability, Philips
|06:00pm||Light as a service
Anton Brummelhuis, Senior Director, Philips Lighting
|06:20pm||The Social impact of circular product or service - The Mitsubishi Elevator True Value Case
Arnoud Walrecht, Senior Manager, RC Responsibility, KPMG Netherlands