Economies are supposed to serve human ends... not the other way round. We forget ... that markets make a good servant, a bad master and a worse religion.
Amory Lovins, Chairman/Chief Scientist of the Rocky Mountain Institute
Progressive Economic Design & Implementation Specialist at the leading edge of
sustainable economic development.
Businesses are facing increasing competitive pressures to remain viable and are in a constant spiral
of increasing optimisation, cost cutting, reducing resources, seeking the cheapest and most flexible place of manufacturing or service delivery whilst simultaneously trying to grow market share.
Missed opportunities to create new revenue streams
Less local business opportunities and jobs, particularly for young people.
Increasing numbers of goods and services being provided from elsewhere
Less money circulating in communities, which further impacts the viability of local businesses, the creation of local jobs and community sustainability.
Support entrepreneurs and community leaders to identify new opportunities to create more resilient, prosperous and healthy businesses and societies by adopting Circular
and Blue Economy approaches
that operate for and with the local community and environment, rather than against it.
Possible People can help you with:
Designing business models and economies to build stronger, healthier and more resilient businesses and communities by creating more business opportunities, value and jobs
Planning and delivering complex projects that mitigates risk and maximises opportunities