Carbon Trust's Aleyn Smith-Gillespie: The linear business model will not thrive in the future economy

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In our latest video interview, hosted in association with the Carbon Trust, Aleyn Smith-Gillespie explains why companies need to rethink their business models to prepare for a low-carbon future

To future-proof their operations, companies need to start moving away from linear business models and embrace a more circular way of thinking, argues Aleyn Smith-Gillespie, associate director at the Carbon Trust. During this video interview he highlights examples of firms already getting to grips with this challenge, and offers some valuable advice to those starting out. 

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