CE Business Models: LOOPLab Innovators taught to identify opportunities across the Circular Economy Value Chain.
The LOOPLab Incubation Program continues in full swing. Here are some highlights from the “CE Business Model” Taught Programme for LOOPLab.
The physical session was handled by Dr Natalie Beinisch, the Executive Director of Circular Economy Innovation Partnership (CEIP) and covered five operating models of businesses in the circular economy ecosystem:
Picture Caption: LOOPLab Innovator, Taiwo Adewole of WasteXchange with Dr Natalie Beinisch, Executive Director CEIP
In attendance were: Tunbosun Alake, SA to the Lagos State Governor on Innovation and Technology; Dr Natalie Beinisch, Executive Director, CEIP; Uchechi Chukwuma and Adeleke Ademo representing the faculty team from GOPA/GiZ; the 7 LOOPLab innovators/representatives; the CEIP, CEIBS and NCIC project team.
Picture Caption: Dr Natalie Beinisch engaging with LOOPLab Innovator, Sunday Sholanke of PETsPoint Technology Ltd.
The LOOPLab Incubation Programme is designed to facilitate both virtual and physical sessions for the participants. The physical and virtual sessions are designed to be as engaging and intellectually stimulating as possible. Break-out sessions are incorporated into the program activity, with opportunities for evaluating participants’ existing pitches and new ideas that can be incorporated based on the new information received.
Picture Caption: LOOPLab Innovator, Adebayo Babatunde of Eco Circular Solutions Provider Ltd. giving a mock pitch with new integrations after the session