Ecodesign Sprint

Sprint combines training, practical learning, innovations and product development with design methods.

 

  • WHAT IS IT?

    WHAT IS IT?

    Ecodesign Sprint is a three-day training and acceleration programme in the circular economy. It is intended for SMEs and design agencies that want to learn more about the possibilities of the circular economy.

    The primary goal is to provide the participants with in-depth knowledge on the possibilities and business models of the circular economy. Another goal is to develop the business of SMEs and create more sustainable products and services for them.

    YOUR BENEFITS

    YOUR BENEFITS

    » vantage point into the business potential of the circular economy

    » customised support and mentoring

    » boost for product development

    » two product or service concepts or prototypes for further development

    WHO IS IT FOR?

    WHO IS IT FOR?

    The programme is intended for SMEs, regardless of their sector, location or experience in the circular economy or design. Another target group are design agencies that want to strengthen their expertise in the circular economy.

  • CONTACT FINLAND

    Please be in contact if you have any questions.

    Melissa Kanerva
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    +358 44 502 2373

  • DESIGN

    'Design <3 Circular Economy' was a one-day seminar about circular and bio economy and design as a booster of these two fields. The seminar was arranged by EcoDesign Circle and Carbon Sink Design Studio projects in Helsinki in September 2017. The event was part of the Helsinki Design Week and promoted the ongoing open Ecodesign Sprint Call of the project.

    Event’s keynote "Design-led change for the Circular Economy" was held by Dr. Leyla Acaroglu

    Read more here

  • PILOT RUNS

    Application period for the pilot round in Finland was in September 2017.The Sprint workhops will take place in December 2017.

    The application periods in Sweden and Lithuania will be announced later.