Since launching the first version of the Circular Transition Indicators in January 2020, we’ve seen growing interest from 61 countries and over 600 organizations globally. Companies are finding that applying CTI goes beyond just measuring their circularity.
In our commitment to the continuous improvement of the CTI framework, we are proud to release CTI version 2.0 and invite you to be part of this launch event!
Join us on 2 February 2021 (9.30 AM or 4.30 PM CET) as we take stock of progress and present key updates to our framework. To ensure participation, please register at this link:
New updates include:
- A new set of water circularity indicators,
- A CTI revenue indicator that helps companies link financial and circular performance,
- Extensive guidance on how to apply the CTI framework for the bioeconomy.
A year from its first launch, you’ll hear directly from Factor10 members about the impact and benefits of applying CTI. Find more details in the draft agenda.
Developed by 30 companies from 16 industries, across 16 countries and representing USD 1.7 trillion in annual revenues, CTI and its online tool support business in evolving their circular thinking into mainstream competitive strategies.
We’re looking forward to your participation!
Director, Circular Economy
Factor 10 members are Aptar Group Inc., SCG, BASF SE, CRH plc, Daimler AG, Security Matters Ltd, Dow Inc., DSM N.V., GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), Greif Inc., IFF, KPMG, LafargeHolcim, Microsoft Corporation, Rabobank Group, Royal Philips N.V., Shell, Sims Limited, Solvay S.A., Stora Enso Oyj, Suez, Veolia, Whirlpool, Honda Motor Co. Ltd.