How do mobility actors include circular economy in their activity ?
For the past ten years, we have been witnessing an environmental awareness leading companies to review the management of their resources and their production methods, and consumers to rethink their habits.
Circular economy’s issues are environmental, economic and social. They imply better designed products, more responsible consumption habits, the extension of products’ lifetime, but also sorting and recycling them.
This month, Mobility Club’s April Talks will highlight the circular economy through several mobility actors’ testimony. They will show us that we can create value, and preserve our resources and our environment at the same time.
This week, we’re happy to give the floor to a European actor of the repair economy and to welcome Ambre Eppler, Co-founder of Nowos:
- What need does Nowos address ?
- How do you source the batteries you repair?
- What is the challenge related to the batteries of electric scooters and bikes?
- How do you do to get these batteries back on the market?
With Marie Bonniol, Ecosystem & Marketing leader at Via ID
What is the Mobility Club?
Via ID’s objective is to build a strong network of partners and promote collective intelligence to strengthen its global New Mobilities and Smart Cities ecosystem. To this end, Via ID impulsed the Mobility Club, a private circle for large corporates willing to better grasp the transformation of the Mobility and Smart City sectors, and develop closer ties with the startup community.