Check out this year’s selection of innovative companies below.
TriCiclos is an engineering circular economy BCorp focused on consumer good processes, services and products.
Geetanjali Woollens produces mechanically recycled yarns, fabrics and throws from 100% post consumer textiles without the use of any harmful dyes, chemicals and very little water.
Grover is the first FinTech subscription company to adopt circular economy principles.
Ecoware is India’s first and largest sustainable packaging company founded on the principle of regenerative design. Ecoware converts common agricultural waste that would otherwise be burnt into affordable disposables for food services and medical care.
ZigZag is a returns solution for retailers. They provide a branded portal through which the customers can return new, used and end of life goods via a list of convenient returns options.
Dyecoo Textile Systems
DyeCoo is the world’s first commercial supplier of water-free and process- chemical free-dyeing technology for textiles.
The Circulars is in a pause year and a refreshed program will be announced in January 2020 at the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting in Davos.