Impact – How do we make a difference?

Date: November 9th
Time: 16.30 - 18.00
Location: Online

SIGN UP VIA PODIO TO ATTEND – This seminar is a part of the 2023 ECO-design Challenge

This webinar introduces you to the EU taxonomy and a methodical approach to identifying impact. You need to be in control of your impact measurements if you want to persuade investors to invest in your idea.

Through the EU taxonomy, the EU sets up 6 parameters for sustainability initiatives and the measurement of the impact of these initiatives (Impact). The EU’s ECO Design Directive sets out a number of specific manufacturer responsibilities. Both frame how companies concretize and quantify the impact of their offerings and where and how they measure and document impact.

But what is the unit of measurement for impact? It’s not easy to measure the impact of your products, services, and processes, but it’s nevertheless necessary to quantify your impact in some way that makes sense to potential investors, partners, and customers

Make sure to sign up so you can tune in on this last webinar in the ECO-design Challenge 2023 on November 9th from 16.30 – 18.00!

Speakers: Richard Georg Engström and Ida Mosegaard
Moderator: Henriette Melchiorsen

This project is made possible by:
Danmarks Erhvervsfremmebestyrelse, Lifestyle & Design Cluster, Forbundet Arkitekter og Designere and Design denmark

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