Companies are looking to circular economy models for ways to transform waste into raw materials, energy and new business models. Creativity abounds. The hard part is getting the business model right.READ ARTICLE
Rob Siegers, President, Technology Sector, DHL
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Companies are looking to circular economy models for ways to transform waste into raw materials, energy and new business models. Creativity abounds. The hard part is getting the business model right.
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Tailoring the choice of therapy and the delivery of treatment more precisely could lead to better outcomes for patients and lower costs for providers. To do that, the life sciences sector will have to rethink its business models and supply chains.