What does sustainability mean for us working with sound and acoustics? How can we get started with it and what are the benefits? How can you start to work with circular business models, and what pays off? We have a panel of experts from a range of companies who will share their knowledge, experience and perspectives.
Sustainable Transformation in Audio Companies
25th January 2022 @ 15.00 - 16.30
Date: 25th January 2022
Time: 15.00 – 16.30
Place: Online via Zoom
If you have questions about signing up, please contact Murielle De Smedt, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Anyone wishing to get started with sustainability
- Working with sustainability and want to be inspired
- Want to learn more about circularity and cradle-to-cradle certification
Elliott More – Strategic Sustainability at Rambøll
Elliott will introduce the concept of sustainability, and explore how this is relevant to all companies. He will then suggest some simple ways of getting started on understanding your environmental impact and developing long term strategic goals. This will include a brief run through of some useful frameworks. The presentation will wrap up with a case study from a manufacturing firm that made a bold commitment and put it into practice.
Mads Kogsgaard Hansen, Sr. Global Product Manager, Product Circularity & Classics Program at Bang & Olufsen
Mads will speak about product circularity, and his experience working on Bang & Olufsen’s first cradle-to-cradle certified loudspeaker – The Beosound Level.
Vibeke Pedersen – Head of Engineering Department at Troldtekt A/S
Vibeke is carrying the sustainability torch at Troldtekt! She will share with us
- How Troldtekt has taken a hold of sustainability
- How they continue to work with it on a daily basis
- What has this meant for their business
The presentations will be 15-20 minutes each, and there will be time afterwards for questions and discussion. And you are invited to join!
Elliott is a strategic sustainability consultant at Ramboll. He specializes in helping clients to understand their environmental impact, and then co-create roadmaps towards meeting long term sustainability objectives. For example he has recently worked with C40 Cities to help cities around the world develop net-zero greenhouse gas action plans. This advice is built on a strong technical background; he is a chartered mechanical engineer, who also holds a Masters in sustainable development and a PhD in the use of foresight to improve corporate strategy.
When you participate in this event, your time will be used as co-financing for the Innovation Power Project, which is funded by the Danish Business Promotion Board and the Danish Agency for Education and Research at a standard rate. Read more about Innovationskraft HERE