Since its launch in November 2022, a range of consultants have shown interest in using DEAL's tool for business with their clients. To introduce the tool for this context, cover the requirements for its use with clients and share some insights on opportunities and challenges for consultants, we have scheduled two webinars in February. They will be held on 22 Feb (9am UK) and 23 Feb (4pm UK). If you're a consultant interested in using the tool with clients, register to join either the morning version (22 Feb) or afternoon version (23 Feb) of the 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. This webinar will focus on consultants hoping to use the tool with their clients.
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. DEAL's cofounder and Strategy Lead Carlota Sanz will also provide further insights on the ways consultants and other professional advisors can use DEAL's business tool with their clients.
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.
Do note that larger consultancies (with annual revenues above €50m) must have a legal form that is based on mission primacy (such as being a registered non-profit, or a Community Interest Company in the UK, or a L3C in the US). Smaller consultancies need not have such a legal form but need to demonstrate that their own organisational design is aligned, or aims to be aligned, with the ambitions of Doughnut Economics. More information here.
For background, you can also look at:
Please register for the webinar here to receive zoom details (select either 22 Feb AM or 23 Feb PM version).
Note that this event is repeated for both Asia 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.
Oxford, England, United Kingdom
To build the new economy and business models together with others - with ambition and intellectual honesty.
Bettina von Stamm
Munich, Bayern, Germany
A passion for a future for our children, and a belief that each and everyone of us has responsibility as well as agency.
I'm looking to help companies transform their business models and enter the doughnut.
Southfields, London Borough of Wandsworth, England, Un...
Inspired by nature, I would like to play a role in implementing long term vision of a doughnut for London. Learn and collaborate.
Joinville, Santa Catarina, Brasil
The opportunity to learn and act based on the concept and ideas that support the Doughnut Economics.
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!