As a self assessment, Academics ranked highest with regards to Circular Economy Awareness, followed by SMEs and Corporates. Startups and Government came in low, with average rankings of 6.1 and 6.9 respectively, out of 10.
These insights are crucial in order to provide a more solid understanding of the circular economy in Queensland.
How does your industry show up? Who are the leaders driving the circular economy and how might we bridge the gaps?
LEO maps complex communities to reveal hidden insights about the people in that ecosystem, and find a roadmap to better connect and facilitate serendipity among its members.
Every network has value, but as networks grow it becomes increasingly difficult for a single or group of humans to connect all the dots. LEO puts those dots literally on the same page so you and your team can see the your community as a network diagram, and identify ways to strengthen the community to the benefit of your community members, and the community itself as a whole.
LEO can be used by any community that is highly valuable yet intangible. Members of a coworking space, workers in a cross-industry ecosystem, like a startup ecosystem or a circular economy ecosystem, attendees at a conference or even fans of a football team.
A social enterprise, organised as a cooperative, Circle Economy accelerates the transition to circularity through on the ground, action focused, development of practical and scalable solutions.
Circle Economy provided expert input towards the methodology and data structure for the Circular Economy Network Map study.