Introduction to Circular Economy

Workshop and training


Introduction to Circular Economy

Delivery options:

  • Full or half day workshop

  • Full or half day online workshop (webinar style)



A circular economy is an economic system aimed at eliminating waste and the continual use of resources. Circular systems employ reuse, sharing, repair, refurbishment, remanufacturing and recycling. Circularity entails gradually decoupling economic activity from the consumption of finite resources and designing waste out of the system.

Led by global organisations such as the Ellen MacArthur Foundation and WWF, circularity is widely seen as the next big economic transition for business.  

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GSA Campbell provides strategy and sustainability advisory and reporting solutions that are aligned with leading circular economy practices, principles and standards. We work with many respected brands globally.

Our Introduction to Circular Economy offering is aligned with the world best circularity theory and is delivered via either in-person or online workshops. Certificates are issued to delegates that complete the workshops.

Workshop Content

What is a circular economy and what is circularity?

  • Linear vs circular systems

  • Designing waste out of the system

  • So much more than recycling


The global move to circular systems

  • Raw materials value chains in society

  • Value creation and the 6 capitals

  • Government and economic forces


Circular business models

  • Changing how we do things and use things

  • Closing and slowing loops

  • Customer value propositions


Circular design

  • Circular design, functional materials and eco-design

  • Designing systems

  • Designing behaviour


Creating business value

  • Harnessing the power of employees

  • Connecting with the values of customers and stakeholders

  • Narratives for the business strategy


Contact us for pricing and scheduling details 

Circular Economy Workshops are offered in:

The United Kingdom, Europe, Southern Africa and the United States