Make it circular! A strategy game to playfully align business models with circularity in your own company

Mercredi 8 Mai 2024

Conférence / séminaire

Mercredi 8 Mai 2024

10:00 - 12:00

House of Entrepreneurship


As part of the Sustainability Cycles, we are pleased to invite you to join us on Wednesday, 8 May at the House of Entrepreneusrhip, from 10 AM to 12 PM, for a workshop on how to include circular economy into your business model. 

Thanks to a strategy game, you will have the opportunity to learn the different steps of including circularity into your business model. You will be able to use this tool afterwards in your own company. 

The strategy game "Make it circular! A gamified introduction to circular business models in a corporate setting" has been jointly developed by acatech - German Academy of Science and Engineering, WWF Germany and the Johannes Kepler University Linz. The game uses business model cards and a complementary moderation guide to enable companies to independently facilitate circular economy workshops and to develop and implement their own approaches to business models for a comprehensive circular economy.

With the help of this tool, the potential of circularity in business practice is to be conveyed in a good and understandable way. 

For whom? Managers, Sustainability officers and anyone interested in the circular economy

Programme : 

Welcome note
Sabrina Kohn, Sustainability Advisor, House of Sustainability | Chamber of Commerce

Make it circular! - Presentation of the gamified strategy game 
Seda Akinci | Stakeholder Relations Officer | acatech – German Academy of Science an Engineering

Make it circular! Practical workshop in groups
Seda Akinci | Stakeholder Relations Officer | acatech – German Academy of Science an Engineering

The workshop will be followed by a networking lunch. 


Practical information

When? Wednesday 8 May from 10 AM to 12 PM, followed by a networking lunch 

Where? House of Entrepreneurship, 14, rue Erasme, Luxembourg

Language? English

Registration conditions? Free and compulsory