SIB-K under KEPSA call for Innovations and Business Models that Design Out Waste

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According to the Sustainable Inclusive Business (SIB-K) in their Sustainability Magazine 2021, a shift to a circular economy will keep materials in use, and protect and restore the environment.

Sustainable Inclusive Business (SIB-K), the Knowledge Center under the Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA) Foundation, has published the first edition of the Sustainable Inclusive Business Magazine.

Dubbed, “Transitioning to a Circular Economy in Kenya” this 2021 edition highlights Kenya’s efforts in transitioning from the linear economy model. It further uses private-sector case studies to showcase innovative solutions for dealing with electronic waste, the threat of single-use plastics, the road toward achieving a blue economy in Kenya, and businesses as a force for good in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Business innovation and growth decisions need B2B partnerships and multi-stakeholder relationships to increase capacity, efficiency, and ease of implementation.

In this regard, SIB-K has been a major enabler of Public-Private Partnerships within KEPSA, providing critical opportunities to draw linkages among various stakeholders in the public and private sectors to speed up the transition to a sustainable economy. Read more…