Unlike linear models we see across most industries, the circular economy model is one that is focused on sustainability and reusing products and resources. We’re seeing this model gain traction and businesses who adopt it are finding it to be a profitable decision long term.
In this episode, Linda Rigano has a fascinating discussion with Natasha Franck, founder and CEO of Eon, a powerful new platform that is using IoT to change how businesses connect products and create a digital footprint.
Eon helps its customers to identify, track, and manage fashion items to encourage transparency and accountability in the supply chain. Natasha explains how Eon provides each product with a digital birth certificate and passport, containing all important data. When this data is known, it makes it easier to be recycled, repurposed, and re-entered into the cycle.
Natasha also shares her personal and professional journey and how founding Eon ties into her passion for social justice, pay equity, transparency and sustainability.
Hear Natasha’s story – her early influencers and what motivated her to tackle a long-term industry problem. She firmly believes fashion can be the poster child for other industries facing similar challenges.