DEAL's tool for business has now been launched! Register to join this webinar where you can learn more and join the discussion.
You can read a summary of the tool, report and updated policy here.
The Doughnut Design for Business tool sets out how businesses can engage with Doughnut Economics. Built for use by workshop facilitators, it guides businesses through an action-oriented workshop that is practical but ambitious, and aimed at catalysing innovations in their deep design.
By focusing on the deep design of business, the workshop invites companies to engage in a transformative agenda of becoming regenerative and distributive in their strategies, operations, and impacts, so that they help to bring humanity into the Doughnut. You can view the new business tool here.
In the webinar, DEAL's Business & Enterprise lead Erinch Sahan will provide an overview of the tool and answer questions about the concepts and activities as well as policies around its use.
This webinar is for anyone wishing to use this tool with businesses. This could be: business networks, start-up incubators, founders, intrapreneurs, trade unions, consultants, think-tanks, business schools, accelerator programmes, impact investors, community groups, NGOs... and anyone able to engage businesses in their deep design.
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Please register for the webinar here to receive zoom details.
Note that this event is repeated for both Asia (here) and Americas time zones to enable people from across the world to participate. The sessions will be identical, so you only need to attend one.
I want to learn how to apply the Doughnut to businesses
My recently surfaced vocation on what should be the next step in my professional life.
Barcelona, Catalunya, Spain
We need to work together in a systemic way to build a better future: more inclusive and fair. A mindset shift is needed.
Working as civil engineer within sustainable building - and urban design, and passionate about the ideas of Doughtnut Economy
Get inspired, connect with others and become part of the movement. No matter how big or small your contribution is, you’re welcome to join!
Oxford, England, United Kingdom
To build the new economy and business models together with others - with ambition and intellectual honesty.