Biomimicry is a strategy where we learn and emulate nature’s designs, processes, and ecosystems to create a sustainable world. Let us see a few examples of biomimicry.
In 2006, Sky became the first carbon-neutral media company. In February 2020, Sky announced its plans to go net zero carbon by 2030 across its entire value chain.
Ikea has used 3D printing technology to implement the ThisAble campaign. Ikea is bridging the gap through meaningful and relevant additions to its product lines.
CEMEX, a Mexican multinational building material maker, Crafted a Strategy to Serve the Impoverished in a Profitable Way when everyone else ignored the segment. How?
‘Sustainable Impact’ is HP’s guiding principle for delivering on its corporate vision – to create technology that makes life better for everyone, everywhere.
Grassroot by Anita Dongre focuses on the ‘sustainability first’ approach by creating a circular fashion ecosystem and Impact Design approach.
How Guiabolso used market expansion strategy with the goal of bringing more and more unserved customers under the umbrella of organized financial lending?
The purpose of the story is to highlight how SheEO is taking steps that any gender-neutral collective around the globe could easily replicate.