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Jeanmichel Capt, a trained guitar luthier, had mastered the art of working with 'resonance spruce' from Switzerland’s Risoud Forest. Italian violin masters in the 17th and 18th centuries had first discovered the unique sound properties of resonant wood. Could Jeanmichel use these centuries-tested wood techniques to bring new dimensions to the world of loudspeakers?
For Feike Sijbesma, CEO of Royal DSM, rapid changes were normal as major trends were playing out. As early as 2010, the global science company formulated a strategy to build on its strength in life and materials sciences, capitalising on what it saw as the most promising global megatrends of health and wellness, as well as energy and climate change. At DSM, sustainability went way beyond complying with laws and regulations: It was a key driver for innovation and a core value for the firm. But DSM had to ask itself, could sustainability really be turned into an effective driver for innovation and ultimately improve a company’s profitability?
ECOALF was born from the belief of Javier Goyeneche that something had to be done to ensure the sustainability of the planet. ECOALF was Javier's personal contribution to the quest for a better, more responsible future: a truly sustainable fashion company that did not use up natural resources but sourced only recycled products harvested from the ocean as raw materials. His early achievements were already making headlines, but positive PR did not free Javier from financial concerns, as he struggled to raise cash from investors to accelerate the development of the company. Building a brand on values was never easy but sustainability superseded those reservations and impacted everyone. Indeed, there was no planet B...