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Sustainabiliy is getting more and more recognized in the world. Companies have been switching from linear operating system to circular way of doing business. As part of Intelectual Output 3 at the Erasmus+ project INFURI; INnovation in the FURniture Industry in the era of circular economy we have been researching what approaches to take and what are the first steps in switching the operating system from linear to circular. Fort his purpose we have been interwieving companies in all partner countries.

Erasmus+ INFURI Project Research Paper Published

Senior Lecturer and Active Researcher Leads Research on Sustainability

Wittenborg’s Erasmus+ 30-month project, INFURI, is in its 9th month of project implementation and has so far completed the work on its first intellectual output, which includes the delivery of Living Labs sessions in 6 partner countries with furniture companies and furniture end users, and one intellectual contribution in the form of a peer-reviewed journal article. Project INFURI, which is an acronym for “Innovation in the Furniture Industry in the Era of Circularity”, is an EU-funded project, with Wittenborg as the coordinating partner.

Wittenborg Launches its 2nd Erasmus+ Project "Innovation in the FURniture Industry in the Era of Circular Economy"

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30-Month Erasmus+ Project Launched

Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences launched yet another European Commission approved Erasmus+ Project known as “INnovation in the FURniture Industry in the Era of Circular Economy”.