Green Cells Program
The Green Future Club's Green Cells program supports young designers in developing concepts for sustainable products, materials and services with a business case. The public workshops are an ideal preparation for participation in the international Green Concept Award.
For the nominees there are further workshops and selected participants are supported in the implementation of the concepts and integrated into events.
Thanks to the support of the IKEA Stiftung, these offers are free of charge for students and graduates, although the rights remain with the participants.
The workshops are aimed students, graduates and start-ups. How we work: Workshops take place digitally on Mondays from16.30-18.00 CEST. Participants work on their projects and hand in results until Fridays 12.00 CEST. We provide interim feedback until 18.00 CEST. Participants refine projects until the next workshop and present results for further feedback.
14 Aug. Toolkit introduction based on an example
21 Aug. Presentations by participants & feedback, 2nd part of Toolkit introduction
28 Aug. Pitch deck introduction
4 Sept. Pitch deck presentations & feedback
16 Oct. Toolkit introduction part 1
23 Oct. Toolkit introduction part 2, presentations participants & feedback
30 Oct. Pitch deck introduction
6 Nov. Participant Presentations & Feedback
7 Nov. Submission deadline for the Green Concept Award
Greener Manufacturing Show
Neonyt Düsseldorf Fashion Fair
Award Event in Berlin
Green Concept Award
Test your Green Cells Program’s idea in front of an international jury panel by submitting it to the Green Concept Award. Thanks to the support of the IKEA Stiftung, students and graduates can participate in the Green Concept Award free of charge.
Submit your project at the Green Concept Award website.
The Sustainable Business Model Design - Toolkit is an 8-step process for developing sustainable product and service concepts with a basic business model. It is aimed to creators, who want to create impactful sustainable projects. It was developed by the Green Future Club director, Nils Bader in cooperation with the German Institute for Sustainability- and Quality management. and has been successively developed since then.
Presenting a concept to the public to collaborators, partners, supporters or investors is pretty different from documenting the design process. That is why we have developed a separate presentation guideline that provides guidance on how to integrate, modify and supplement the toolkit's documentation.
Interested in collaborations? Drop us a line to firstname.lastname@example.org.