Circulation Thursday – challenges, failures, and successes towards circularity

Discover how cool companies navigate circularity. THE UPCYCL invites standout businesses to share openly about their circularity efforts.

Join VELUX and GrowGrounds for Circulation Thursday, an honest discussion about the challenges, failures, and successes in their practices within “radical innovation” and how it is connected to circularity.

This informal networking event aims to foster honest and kind conversations within the sustainable and circular scene.


13th of June, 14.00-16.00

Farvergade 4D, 1463 Copenhagen

Limited amount of seats available, sign up for free to secure a spot here:


Meet Viktoria Zimmermann Innovation Specialist, VELUX.

For more than 80 years, the VELUX Group has created better living environments for people around the world; making the most of daylight and fresh air through the roof.

The product programme includes roof windows and modular skylights, decorative blinds, sun screening products and roller shutters, as well as installation and smart home solutions. These products help to ensure a healthy and sustainable indoor climate, for work and learning, for play and pleasure. The VELUX Group is owned by VKR Holding A/S, a limited company wholly owned by non-profit, charitable foundations (THE VELUX FOUNDATIONS) and family.

Meet Lars Aaen Thøgersen, CEO & corporate activist, GrowGrounds.

At GrowGrounds, their envision a future where the coffee industry thrives on the principles of nature and decent livelihoods for all. GrowGrounds mission is to transform coffee farming across the globe by integrating carbon capturing agroforestry systems, significantly enhancing biodiversity, and drastically reducing the industry's carbon footprint. GrowGrounds are pioneering a shift from the old paradigms of monoculture farming, which not only harm the environment but also impoverish the farmers. Instead, they advocate for and implement regenerative agricultural practices that restore the natural habitat, increase farmers' incomes, and reduce the need for synthetic inputs.

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