drs. Bas van den Berg
Elise van der Laan
Mark Li Fo Sjoe
Wander conducts research as part of his doctorate into the connections between education, packaging, packaging design, sustainability and circularity. Degree programme: Industrial Design Engineering (IPO).firstname.lastname@example.org
Albert is a passionate lecturer and researcher. He contributes to enabling students to make more sustainable decisions in economic education and with businesses in general. He contributes to entrepreneurial education by stimulating enterprising students to not only figure out their commercial and financial future but also to get them to reflect on the question ‘What does the success of my business actually mean for our planet?’. ‘What does my business contribute to the 17 goals (SDGs) set by the United Nations?’ Therefore, success is not just about making money. Albert is also affiliated with the LDE Centre for Frugal Innovation in The Hague. Frugal means ‘doing more with less’. As a researcher, he studies the transition from existing business models towards a more sustainable email@example.com
Rachel is a lecturer and researcher in the area of Integrated Facility Management and Procurement Management and has been a lecturer at THUAS in 2014. Rachel studies the relationship between sustainability and general business processes such as cleaning and waste streams. From 2020, she will be studying how to achieve waste reduction together with facilities companies at the Custodial Institutions Agency and FM Haaglanden, and students from The Hague University of Applied Sciences. After all, what you do not purchase cannot turn into firstname.lastname@example.org
Frans is a lecturer in the Marketing degree programme and is motivated by the following question: How do companies move from linear to circular? Frans coordinates the Circular Business minor where students conduct research with companies into specific action perspectives for circular business email@example.com
Laura is Senior Lecturer at Industrial Design Engineering within the TIS faculty and PhD researcher at Delft University of Technology. Role in Urban Metabolism is Biomimicry Education expert and researcher. She researches the influence of analogies between nature and design on design students concerning ethics, emulation and reconnection to Nature while striving to address Sustainable Development Goals.firstname.lastname@example.org
Elise van der Laan
Mark Li Fo Sjoe
Trashure: Design as catalyst for transitioning from linear to circular
Next Fashion Retail
SMITZH: Smart Manufacturing Industrial Applications Zuid-Holland
The province of Zuid-Holland is rich in manufacturing industry. Manufacturing companies that develop and sell all kinds of products with the help of technology. These companies would like to produce faster, cheaper, more durable and higher quality products, but are often unaware of contemporary, digital possibilities such as robotisation and 3D printing. SMITZH brings together supply and demand and aims to make the manufacturing industry more innovative, competitive and future-proof. The Digital Operations & Finance Centre of Expertise at The Hague University of Applied Sciences is one of the knowledge and research partners in the SMITZH consortium.
Circular operations management – Facility management and ecology in balance
Podcast Wasted Tales
Reshaping Business Education
Designing a face mask with a high level of filtration
Circular Economy - Challenges and Opportunities for Ethical and Sustainable Business
Mission Impact: Higher Education as Catalysts for Sustainability Transformation.
Reconsidering the Circular Economy Rebound effect: Propositions from a case study of the Dutch Circular Textile Valley
Forging Forms of Authority through the Sociomateriality of Food in Partial Organizations
Inaugural Address Professor Kim Poldner
Last Thursday, 18th of June, Kim Poldner, Professor Circular Business, shared her inaugural Address by premiering her vision through Youtube. This was a more sustainable event then we could have ever imagined, because no one had to travel and there was no foodwaste due to arranging catering. The online premiere took about 20 minutes after which there was time to ask questions or post comments in the live chat. She will select the ones that trigger her most as starting point for developing a range of podcasts together with her team. Watch the Inaugural adress on YouTube.
Kim also created a simplification of this vision, a playfull fable, here you will find this playfull fable The Bear and the Phoenix.
If you're interested in reading the full story including contributions from the researchers involved in the Professorship, please download the publication: Entrepreneuring a regenerative society (pdf).