A Case Study on how a small organization was able to mobilize over 100 volunteers to create three structures entirely made from textile waste. The structures were created over 10 days inside an abandoned factory, each representing the average amount one person will consume over a lifetime. In less than a week they reached over 1M views online. This project was a prime example of cross sector collaboration, a mixing of the creative and circular economies.
See how DSM, a multinational life science company, redirected their resources from merely selling nutritional products to customers toward offering nutritional solutions to communities via the Executive Program in Social Impact Strategy.