Inclusive Circular Models

Using the “Circular Thinking” to lower economic barriers.

Published on Published on Linked In on December 19, 2016

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Kevin MacLeod

Optimizing Circular Value (OCV)

It is pointless to promote and implement a new model if it does not bring additional value away from the linear model and its school of thoughts. Optimizing value is therefore our ultimate objective when designing a circular service or experience for many more stakeholders, not just “ours”.

The 3 Pillars of a Circular Economy 2.0

Pillar 1: People’s Inclusiveness — where one can fulfill all their needs since ‘accessing goods’ no longer require owning them. By offering a service at a fraction of the product price, this would lift up many people excluded today from our economies, thus have a positive impact on inequality and/or inequity. Here the business strategy to implement is Equity. People would Pay-As-They-Need (PATyN) model i.e. the product is offered in a modular and adaptable fashion to fit with the needs of any range of customers — from a purchasing power perspective.

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The Circular Humansphere or how humans will preserve conditions conducive to life #CircHumansphere

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