How do you successfully shift towards circular solutions in the construction and building industry to meet the rising ecological expectations of customers and society? Discover how Vandersanden, ETAP Lighting, University of Antwerp and Verhaert are contributing to circular innovation during the ‘Eco-driven innovation’ webinar on Tuesday June 28th.
Shifting towards circularity in construction
Construction and circularity might not seem like a match made in heaven, but it can and should be. For the industry, this can be the ideal opportunity to get ahead of competition and overcome relatively low productivity growth and limited digitization speed.
Circular construction can take many forms: from repairing, reusing and recycling products, to reducing consumption, sharing and leasing services. To make circular construction profitable though, your organization requires a fundamental transformation. How do you effectively innovate your products, services and business model to meet the rising sustainability demands?
Making circular construction profitable
Energy efficiency and material circularity are the new innovation must-haves in the construction industry. During the ‘Eco-driven innovation’ webinar, you’ll be able to learn how Vandersanden, UAntwerp, ETAP and Verhaert have successfully embraced sustainable solutions in their organization in 3 inspirational sessions:
- 9h30 – Energy-neutral district architecture (UAntwerp)
- 10h05 – Sustainability in building materials (Vandersanden)
- 10h40 – The challenges for a profitable circular business model (ETAP)
Interested in attending the ‘Eco-driven innovation’ webinar? Visit the event page to register or find more information about the sessions.