What is an access-based business model and how can it tackle waste and protect resources?

In an "access-based" sustainable business model suppliers will lease stainless steel sheets to a car manufacturers. Image: REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay.

Marco Aurisicchio (PhD)

Associate Professor, Dyson School of Design Engineering, Imperial College London

Anouk Zeeuw van der Laan (PhD)

Head of Circular Economy, Common Seas

Graham Aid (PhD)

Innovation Coordinator, Ragn-Sells Group

Lars Nybom

Innovation Manager, Ragn-Sells Group


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