National Postcode Lottery Continues to Support the Transition Towards a Circular Economy

February 7, 2017

Circle Economy is grateful and honoured that National Postcode Lottery will continue its support for our mission: to accelerate the practical and scalable implementation of the circular economy.

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During this year’s Goed Geld Gala on 6 February National Postcode Lottery announced its continued support for Circle Economy with a 1 million Euro grant. Thanks to the organisations funding in recent years, Circle Economy has built a solid foundation for a truly impactful organisation and with their continued support we will be able to deliver on our mission to accelerate the practical and scalable implementation of the circular economy.

Since the organisation’s founding, Circle Economy has focused on developing practical and scalable solutions for the circular economy. We work with stakeholders throughout value chains, in key sectors, like textiles and construction, to identify and overcome system leaks. From cities to regions, we create actionable implementation plans to guide the transition and have collaborated with the financial sector to create new, financially sound business models.

With an open-source ethos at the heart of our organisation, Circle Economy focusses on developing scalable services that help businesses, governments and citizens bring circularity into practice, on a global level. Now as we look to the future, we believe that In order to have successful, on the ground, implementation of the circular economy we need to digitise, scale and distribute our solutions worldwide..

We would like to extend our gratitude to the National Postcode Lottery and the lottery players for their continued support. Together with our growing, international network of members and partners we are looking forward to continuing our mission and shaping a visionary and practical future for our planet.  

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