Sustainability Experts Launch World’s First Circular Economy Executive Mastermind Group

Boutique Consultancy Firm Ouroboros Launches World’s First Circular Economy Executive Mastermind Group

August 18, 2018 —

Ouroboros, a consultancy firm founded by business advisor Camilla Haugsten and Jasper Steinhausen, is launching the ‘Circular Economy Executive Mastermind’, an elite program that trains global leaders and executives on how to accelerate business success using sustainability as a cornerstone.

As a topic of discussion, the Circular Economy has gained attention in recent times but is nowhere close to being implemented in the real world the way it’s meant to. If a business applies Circular Economy, it’s making a commitment to operating as if there is no waste. In other words, it treats all resources, material or otherwise, as perpetually useful, which maximizes utility and optimizes value.

According to the Founder, Camilla Haugsten, “The debate is over. The time is now. The planet is changing. And businesses can answer the call profitably with the Circular Economy model.” In order to closely mentor business executives on how to properly implement the model, this mastermind group will accept but ten executives, and only those who wish to become global leaders in sustainability.

As a concept, the Circular Economy is in the “early adopter” phase, but those who participate now are the ones who stand to benefit most, along with the planet at large. Continues Haugsten, “This is another one of those famous moments where people have the opportunity to ‘be on the right side of history’. And some true leaders can join us in writing it.” The Mastermind will be led by Camilla, along with co-founder Jasper Steinhausen, both proven experts in the field.

To learn more about Ouroboros and their groundbreaking work in Circular Economy, visit their website at www.ouroboros.works.

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